The forward seemed to barge to a police officer when Pep Biel scored for the side at Parkhead, and he’s been suspended.

Copenhagen ahead Michael Santos was prohibited for three European games after a struggle with a police officer, UEFA has verified.

Copenhagen affirmed both Santos and among the club stewards were billed by Scottish authorities after the game, and UEFA has suspended the participant for”attacking another individual present in the game”.

The Danish club have issued a reply, however, since they believe in an appeal.

A statement read: “Copenhagen think that the punishment is too harsh when most of the situation from the conflict is taken into consideration. Therefore we have asked UEFA for its written announcement of the sanction so as to assess whether the arrangement ought to be appealed.”

Santos was formerly quoted as saying that he was “not concerned” about the probable consequences of his activities.

Talking after Copenhagen’s league clash with AaB Aalborg, the Scottish Sun reported he explained: “It’s very important for me to emphasise the club has stated that I shouldn’t comment on the incident, but I am not stressed.

“I’m also happy personally since I haven’t scored a lot. So it’s wonderful to evaluate both in Glasgow and double ”

Copenhagen won the game 3-1 to advancement into the round of 16 4-2 on aggregate. They dropped the first leg of their following tie, 1-0 off to Istanbul BB, no matter how the return fixture was not able to occur due to the coronavirus pandemic and has then been postponed forever, together with the rest of the fixtures at the contest along with the vast majority of soccer across Europe.

Santos came in Copenhagen from La Liga side Malaga in August 2019 at a 2 million deal. The 27-year-old, capped two in senior level by Uruguay, has scored twice in 34 appearances for the club including two in nine Europa League games, another attack coming against FC Lugano from the group phase.