Mushangazhike joined Lengthens after he was deported from South Africa.
The winger was given his marching orders last week following a heated League match against Hwange. The match was eventually abandoned eight minutes before the end.
Mushangazhike was allegedly involved in a fistfight with Hwange defender Norman Njelele who is said to have mocked him about his deportation in June.
Chaos broke out after Mushangazhike’s Harare club was awarded a controversial penalty at a time when they were trailing by a goal with eight minutes remaining.
But Hwange, who are fighting relegation and feeling hard done by the penalty decision then refused to allow the spot kick to be taken before walking off the pitch.
It was at this point Mushangazhike turned into a boxer.
The expulsion from that game means that the former international will make no further contribution in the season that is only three games away from closure.
While the two match suspension for the red card is automatic, Mushangazhike could still be served with further punishment if the football authorities follow the international trends in stamping out such violent behaviour.
Mushangazhike spent two months at a South African detention centre after being arrested in May following a trial stint with Garankuwa United just after he returned from Vietnam.