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UEFA have handed Marko Arnautovic a one-game ban following his celebration outburst against North Macedonia.
UEFA launched an investigation and they have found the 32-year-old forward guilty of "insulting another player".
The former West Ham star will now miss his side's Euro 2020 group stage match against the Netherlands on Thursday.
UEFA's statement reads: "To suspend Austrian Football Association player, Marko Arnautovic, for the next (1) UEFA representative team competition match for which he would be otherwise eligible, for insulting another player."
After Austria beat North Macedonia 3-1, Arnautovic issued an apology for losing his temper.
In a statement on social media, he wrote: "There were some heated words yesterday in the emotions of the game for which I apologise - especially to the people from North Macedonia and Albania.
"I would like to say one thing very clearly. I AM NOT A RACIST! I have friends in almost every country and I stand for diversity. Everyone who knows me is aware of that."
Austria face the Netherlands next before closing the group stage against Ukraine next Monday.
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