Following his appeal against a violent conduct charge after Saturday's London derby, the Gunners defender will not face a ban
The Football Association has confirmed that Arsenal defender Gabriel has succesfully appealed against the for ban violent conduct, following his red card against Chelsea, on the grounds of wrongful dismisal by referee Mike Dean.
The Gunners defender had been dismissed for violent conduct after kicking out at Blues striker Diego Costa at the end of a continued dispute between the two players.
Costa has subsequently been charged with violent conduct by the FA and could face retrospective punishment following a further collision with Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny.
But a statement released by the FA on Tuesday rescinded Gabriel's ban for violent conduct, but remains subject of a separate charge for improper conduct, for which the defender has until 6pm on Thursday to reply.
"Arsenal’s claim of wrongful dismissal in relation to Gabriel has been upheld following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing," the FA statement read.