MILAN – Inter-Cagliari ended in a stormy final, referee Manganiello cautioned Lautaro Martinez for an offensive foul. The Argentine did not accept his decision, protested ferociously and got the red card.
Then, after exiting, he punched the glass of the locker room tunnel. Shortly after the game ended and the whole Inter bench, with Antonio Conte on top, rushed against the referee to protest.
Conte was hardly kept by his collaborators, while Berni, Inter's reserve goalkeeper, managed to make his way among his teammates and shook hands with the referee. Manganiello has decided to show him the red card.
Inter-Cagliari, tile for the nerazzurri: Lautaro Martinez risks skipping the derby.
At this point both Berni and Lautaro Martinez are at serious risk of taking at least two days of disqualification because they are red cards who arrived for protests.
In the case of Berni, not bad for Conte since we are talking about the third goalkeeper, but in the case of Lautaro it would be a very serious absence since he is a starting attacker.
After this quarrelsome ending, Antonio Conte refused to speak to the press and went straight home. Deputy Stellini came in his place and said that Conte had the flu. In addition, Stellini justified his team's nervousness by talking about questionable refereeing decisions.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano