Former Portsmouth midfielder had been given a one match
Sulley Muntari has won an appeal against the one match ban he was given after being sent off following a protest against racist abuse.
The former Portsmouth and Sunderland midfielder was booked while playing in a match for Italian club Pescara after walking off the pitch after he had made complaints regarding racist abuse.
He was then given a second yellow card, leading to his suspension.
The decision to impose a ban had been controversial and had been met with criticism.
Former footballer and anti-racism campaigner Garth Crooks had called for a strike by players in Italy until the ban imposed on Muntari was overturned.
Charity Kick It Out had also voiced strong criticism of the decision to ban the Ghanaian.