Eduardo wins a penalty after going down in the penalty area
Arsenal striker Eduardo has been banned for two games by Uefa for diving to win a penalty against Celtic last week.
The Croatia international was found guilty of deceiving referee Manuel Gonzalez as he fell under the challenge of goalkeeper Artur Boruc.
Arsenal, leading 2-0 on aggregate at the time, went on to win the two-leg tie 5-1 and progress into the Champions League group stages.
Eduardo will miss his side's matches against Standard Liege and Olympiakos.
Arsenal have three days to appeal against Uefa's decision.
But the club will wait for more information on the disciplinary panel's verdict before deciding whether to try and overturn the forward's suspension for the matches on 16 September and 29 September respectively.
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