Bernardo Silva winger of one of the biggest club in premier league Manchester City is set to miss club match against Chelsea.
He has been handed a match ban with  fine of £50,000 and compulsory education for his controversial racist tweet at Benjamin Mendy a fellow teammates.
Bernardo Silva was ban month after he was charged with misconduct by the FA after he tweeted images of Mendy as a child.
After a heavy backlash on Twitter, and was forced to delete the post.
In a letter to FA, Silva expressed his regret over the Mendy tweet, while his teammate Mendy also wrote to the governing body saying no personal offence had been caused.
But all of that couldn't stop the winger from getting a ban.
FA statement on Wednesday, November 13, read:
Bernardo Silva has been suspended for one first-team competitive fixture, fined £50,000 and must complete face-to-face education after admitting a breach of FA.
 The Manchester City midfielder's social media activity on 22 September 2019 breached FA Rule E3(1), as it was insulting and/or improper and/or brought the game into disrepute.
The striker is now set to miss the Premier League match against Chelsea next week.