Paris St-Germain (PSG) star Serge Aurier has been sentenced to two months in prison for elbowing a police officer in Paris, France.
Ivory Coast footballer Serge Aurier were also fined €600 (£521, $674) in damages over the incident at a Paris nightclub in May.
In addition to paying damages, he was charged a further €1,500 (£1,304; $1687) to cover court costs.
The 23-year-old Ivorian will remain free pending an appeal, which means he could play for PSG in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Aurier was convicted on Monday of elbowing a police officer after leaving a nightclub in the early hours of 30 May. The defender had been stopped to take a breath test after leaving a Parisian nightclub.
According to the police account, the officer involved needed to take a day off work to recover from his injuries.
Aurier denied the charge, arguing that he was a victim of police violence.