The Real Madrid boss was handed the punishment after a fiery Champions League semi-final first-leg match but after appealing the sentence, UEFA have decided to change their original punishment.
A statement on the UEFA website read: “UEFA’s Appeals Body today partially upheld the decision taken by the UEFA Control and Disciplinary Body against Real Madrid and their head coach Jose Mourinho.
“The original judgment related to Mourinho’s dismissal from the bench and the inappropriate statement made at the post-match press conference of the UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona in the Spanish capital on 27 April.
“After hearing the parties and looking at various pieces of evidence, the Appeals Body decided to modify the sanction.
“The five-match ban, with the fifth game suspended for a probationary period of three years, is changed to a five-match ban, with the fourth and fifth fixtures suspended for a probationary period of three years. The 50,000 euro fine imposed on Mourinho stays.”