David Beckham has received a one-match ban for his behaviour in the 'California Clásico' between LA Galaxy and San Jose Earthquakes on 1 July.
Beckham, 37, kicked the ball at the Quakes' Sam Cronin as he lay on the ground in stoppage-time of the Galaxy's 4-3 defeat.
The former England captain then became involved in a scuffle with San Jose goalkeeper David Bingham, seemingly motioning to Bingham to meet him in the tunnel after the match.
An MLS statement said:
"The committee considered his conduct unacceptable and detrimental to the league's public image.
"Beckham will serve his suspension on Sunday when the Galaxy take on the Chicago Fire."
Beckham was booked for his conduct during the game and missed the Galaxy's match against Philadelphia Union as he served a one-match suspension due to the volume of yellow cards he has accumulated.
But he must now sit out an additional match, compounding a bad week after he was snubbed for the Team GB London 2012 squad.