Now, should Champions League holders Real progress to the last eight, he would be unavailable for the first leg of that tie too.
He provoked a 90th-minute yellow card - his third of the competition - after Madrid took a 2-1 lead in the first leg in Amsterdam two weeks ago.
Real Madrid were winning 2-1 in Amsterdam when Ramos played for a yellow card on objective so that he could miss the second leg and be free of the threat of suspenson in the later stages of the competition.
European football's governing body set a precedent last season when Real full-back Dani Carvajal was suspended for two games after initially earning a booking in the group stage.
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Last season, Gordon Hayward was lost on opening night, and Irving was sidelined in early March for the remainder of the season. Should he add that to the mix, the Eastern Conference will be in trouble moving forward. "So I'm not all that surprised".
It probably didn't help Ramos' case when the 32-year-old admitted to reporters: "I'd be lying if I said I didn't force [the booking]".
"That is very obvious that he was looking to get booked there". "It is not to underestimate the opponent but sometimes there is a time to make decisions and I have done so".
Real will play the second leg of the round of 16 tie against Ajax on 5 March.
United have been given a €16,000 fine for blocked stairways and the throwing of objects. They were also ordered to pay United for repairs to damaged seats.
In a separate case, PSG will also have to pay €25,000 for the late kick-off against Red Star Belgrade in December, while head coach Thomas Tuchel has been issued a one-match suspended touchline ban for improper conduct.