The Danish striker Simon Makienok has not been the best start to his stay in the German club Dynamo Dresden.
on the Contrary, saw the former Brøndby-profile something of a nightmare when he got a red card after a few minutes in his debut in the 2. Bundesliga, and now it costs him two-day quarantine.
This was stated by The German Football association (DFB).
Makienok changed at the end of January from the Dutch FC Utrecht for Dynamo Dresden, where he is Friday was the debut.
Dresden took at home against Darmstadt in the second row, and Simon Makienok was sent on the pitch after 70 minutes, but it was just for six minutes on the pitch.
As was Makienok a direct red card when the referee judged that the team illegally entered the down on the Darmstadt-keeper Marcel Schühen.
Now misses the next matches against St. Pauli and Bochum and is the first spilleberettiget in the league again at Regensburg, 28. February.
Makienok has appeared for clubs such as HB Køge, Brøndby, denmark and Palermo, who rented him out to Charlton and Preston.
In 2017, he moved to the Dutch FC Utrecht, but the stay was marred by injuries.
Makienok concluded last month an agreement for the rest of the season with Dynamo Dresden, after he in 2019 made a comeback on the pitch after a long year.
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