Zlatan Ibrahimovic joked that he should be given a 40-game ban after he was accused of elbowing David Alaba during Sweden's 1-1 draw with Austria on Monday.
Ibrahimovic's arm appeared to strike Alaba in the face during the 20th minute of the Euro 2016 qualifier, with the Bayern Munich player falling to the ground after the contact.
The incident led to a free kick for Austria, while Ibrahimovic was booked minutes later for a separate foul on Martin Harnik.
Austria and Sweden began their European Championship qualifying group G campaign with a point apiece as a storming start petered out slightly into a 1-1 draw.
David Alaba's penalty gave Austria an early lead which lasted only five minutes before Erkan Zengin marked his competitive Sweden debut with a thunderous equaliser.
Until the hour mark it was all Austria, but their chances slipped away and the Scandinavian side had the better of the closing stages, without carrying too much of a threat.