Why Lukaku ban may NOT be good news for Arsenal

Ian Wright claims Romelu Lukaku should have been banned as he questions why Manchester United star wasn't sanction

The Belgium worldwide was left sweating on possible retrospective action as the incident was missed by referee Neil Swarbrick and his team of assistants.

Manchester United scored the lone goal of the match on the play in question, after Lukaku did battle with Cameroon defender Bong in front of the goal on a corner kick.

The Daily Mail were one of many outlets to report over the weekend that the Football Association could now punish the striker. Should he be done? "Yes", Wright said on BBC Radio 5 live.

Mourinho is unconcerned about such a drought, however, praising Lukaku's work ethic after newly-promoted Brighton provided what he described as probably the toughest test his second-place team have had all season.

The FA referred the incident to three former Premier League referees to independently review on Monday.

Each member of the panel would have had to agree the 24-year-old's actions were worthy of a sending off for further action to be taken and this was not the case.

If the FA made a decision to charge the Belgian striker, he would have been banned for three games; United's trip to Watford on Tuesday, their visit to Arsenal on Saturday and the Derby against Manchester City eight days later.

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