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USA's Tim Weah gets 2-game suspension for red card vs. Panama - ESPN

United States men's national team forward Tim Weah has been suspended for an additional match and fined $3,000 for his red card against Panama at the Copa América, South America's confederation Conmebol confirmed to ESPN on Saturday.

Weah was ejected from the USMNT's 2-1 loss to Panama on Thursday in the 18th minute for an extended-arm jab to the back of the head of Panama defender Roderick Miller.

Weah was already due to miss Monday's crucial group-stage finale against Uruguay to serve the automatic one-game suspension from the red card. On Saturday, Conmebol added an additional game to the suspension, meaning Weah will miss a potential quarterfinal should the USMNT advance in Copa América.

«I'm good, just a little down obviously with the circumstances,» Weah told Fox's Jenny Taft on Saturday. «To put my team in this situation was never my intention. I think I'm getting painted to be like a violent person which I'm not. And I think that kind of hurts a lot.

»And seeing my brothers kind of have to go a different route to get to our main goal, it really hurts a lot."

Weah was sent off on Thursday following a video review. The incident was away from the ball as he tried to get free of Miller's defending.

The match was scoreless at the time of the ejection. Folarin Balogun put the USMNT ahead four minutes after the red card, but the U.S. conceded an equalizer within minutes. USMNT coach Gregg Berhalter switched to a 5-3-1 formation in the second half to try to preserve the lead, but Panama's José Fajardo broke the deadlock in the 83rd minute to claim all three points for Panama.

Panama was also reduced to 10 players in the 88th minute, when Adalberto Carrasquilla was sent off for a reckless challenge on USMNT captain