Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini feels his touchline ban from Uefa was excessive.
The European governing body last week banned Pellegrini for two matches - with a further one game suspended - for a series of comments about the referee after his side's Champions League loss to Barcelona last month.
Pellegrini said: "I don't think I deserve three games or two games. I said two days after in my news conference that I was wrong in the way I did it but I continue saying that it was not a penalty and that it decided the game, in a bad day (for the referee)."
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