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The Key Match Incidents (KMI) panel has concluded that Arsenal forward Kai Havertz should have received a second yellow card before scoring the winning goal against Brentford earlier this month.

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During the match, the 24-year-old had already been booked for an elbow on Bees defender Kristoffer Ajer. In the 65th minute, Havertz went down under a challenge from Nathan Collins. Despite referee Rob Jones waving play on, replays indicated minimal contact between Havertz and Collins.

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Ultimately, Havertz proceeded to score the winning goal for Arsenal in the dying moments of the match. A recent report from The Times has disclosed that the KMI panel determined Havertz should have been sent off after reviewing the incident.

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However, no retrospective action will be taken, and the German forward will remain available for Arsenal’s upcoming fixture against Manchester City after the international break.

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