The provincial administering body, CONCACAF, has suspended two El Salvador players for biting American at Gold Cup quarterfinal last Wednesday.
Henry Romero, a defender with El Salvador was given a six-diversion boycott while Darwin Ceren, the commander of the national group got three for particular occurrences that happened amid the United States’ 2-0 prevail upon El Salvador.
Romero bit U.S. striker Jozy Altidore on the back of his shoulder in the principal half while Cerin bit U.S. defender Omar Gonzalez in the second half.
The territorial representing body reported the authorizations for the players on Saturday, portraying their activities as a “hostile to donning conduct”.
Despite the fact that, El Salvador has been disposed of from 2018 World Cup qualifying, so the suspensions will probably be served amid the following Copa Centroamericana or qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup when they start in 2019.
Watch the two biting occurrences below….