Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker, Dauda Mohammed has been slapped with a two match ban in Holland following his Vitesse Arnhem side’s 2-0 defeat to FC Utrecht where he received a red card.

Vitesse and Utrecht locked horns on Tuesday for the Eredivisie play-offs to decide who goes to Europe next season. The Ghanaian International who featured for his side was unfortunately red carded in that game and will serve a 2-match ban.

Referee Danny Makkelie who officiated the tie has no option that to show Dauda Mohammed following a career threatening tackle against an Utrecht player just a minute after Gustafson had extended the lead for the away sides.

Following a fruitful campaign with Vitesse in the past 6 months, reports indicate that Dauda could be signed permanently to the club once his loan spell comes to an end.

The young Ghanaian attacker has managed to score 3 goals in 16 appearances for Vitesse Arnhem since arriving January. He will miss the first two matches in the Dutch Eredivisie if he is signed to the club this summer.

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