Richard Foster gave away the penalty that led to Dundee’s winning goal

St Johnstone defender Richard Foster has been banned for two matches for kicking a referee’s door.

The Scottish Football Association found Foster, 32, guilty of “excessive misconduct” after the 3-2 defeat by Dundee at Dens Park on 19 September.

Sofien Moussa scored the winner from the penalty spot after referee Alan Muir ruled that Foster had fouled A-Jay Leitch-Smith.

Foster will miss the Premiership games against Rangers and Hearts.

St Johnstone host Rangers on 13 October and travel to Hearts on 21 October.

Former Aberdeen and Rangers right-back Foster served a two-match ban and was fined by St Johnstone last season for fighting with team-mate Danny Swanson during a match against Hamilton Academical.

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