The Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Committee has punished Xavi Hernández and Sergi Roberto with two match suspensions for “unsportsmanlike conduct and inappropriate language against the referee” in the second leg of the Champions League quarterfinals against PSG. Likewise, Barça will have to pay more than 50,000 euros in fines, as reported by Relevo.

The captain of FC Barcelona, ​​who did not play the match because he was suspended, went down to the pitch after the match, where he had a conversation with the main referee, István Kovács. For his part, the Egarense coach was sent off during the clash for kicking a fence near the fourth referee. Both will miss the first two matches of the group stage of the next Champions League.

Ronald Araújo, who was sent off for knocking down Bradley Barcola in the first half, and José Ramon de la Fuente, goalkeeping coach, who was shown the red card during the clash, will also serve a suspension, although only for one game.

Likewise, UEFA has sanctioned Barça with a fine of 57,250 euros: 26,000 euros for “improper conduct”, 5,000 euros for “invasion of the playing field” and 26,250 euros for “throwing objects” when Mbappé jumped the fence to celebrate one of the goals with the Parisian fans. The Barça fans threw some bottles at him and the Mossos had to protect the visiting players. PSG is not exempt from sanctions either, as they must pay 4,000 euros for using pyrotechnics inside the stadium.