- Former Chelsea star Oscar has been banned for eight games in China
- He started a brawl in a league match that involved 50 players
- FIFA was consulted before he was banned by the Chinese FA
- The Brazilian will not play for Shanghai SIPG until August
The Chinese Football Association (CFA) has handed former Chelsea midfielder Oscar an eight game ban for inciting a brawl in a league match.
Oscar kicked a ball on two players in Shanghai SIPG's 1 - 1 draw with Guangzhou R&F on Sunday.
The 25-year-old's actions resulted in a fight on the pitch between both sets of teams.
Oscar will not play in the Chinese Super Legue until August. He was also handed a $5,000 fine from the FA.
The CFA consulted FIFA following a disciplinary hearing on Wednesday which Oscar did not attend.
The Brazilian has made 21 appearances for his club, scoring four goals and providing 10 assists.
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