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Robin van Persie banned for two matches after taunting former Arsenal teammate with goal celebration

Robin van Persie has been given a two game ban for his goal celebration during Fenerbahce's Turkish Cup victory over Besiktas.

The former Arsenal striker slid on his knees copy van cleef and arpels diamond necklace in front of Besiktas midfielder,Ouzhan zyakup, after the two had clashed over Van Persie's role in the sending off of Dusko Tosic.

Tosic had been shown a straight red card earlier in the game after appearing to shove Van Persie to the ground following an innocuous looking clash in the penalty area.

Van Persie went on to score Fenerbahce's only goal in a 1 0 victory for the visitors.

The 33 year old raced towards Ozyakup before sliding on his knees in celebration beneath the nose of van cleef and arpel necklace replica the former Arsenal defender.

The 24 year old, who has been capped for Turkey despite representing the Netherlands at U19 level, was an Arsenal substitute for the club's humiliating 8 2 defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

The ex Manchester United striker was originally given a three match ban from the Turkish Football Federation for what it described as 'an insult to fans of the opposing team.'

However the Dutch striker has had his ban reduced to two games following an appeal.

Dusko Tosic, who has been banned for one match, was defended by his wife who tweeted: "R.

"Dusko asked me to remove my tweet about Persie, and I did," she tweeted

"What can I say, I don't like dirty players. Kisses to all Besiktas fans!"

Ouzhan zyakup, who Van Persie goaded with his match winning goal celebration, said he used to call the Arsenal striker a friend.

"I have a lot to say about the fake van cleef & arpels necklace incidents on the field, but I won't say them," he said after the game," he said. "Just one thing. I was very good friends with a certain player on the field. That changed today. "Sometimes you see the real face of a footballer on the field."

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