Inter-Napoli, no penalty at the hands of de Vrij. Rai’s movementist’s explanation triggers controversy on social media

Inter-Napoli, niente rigore per mano di de Vrij. La spiegazione del moviolista Rai scatena polemiche sui social

Inter-Napoli, hand of de Vrij but no penalty for the Campania. Pieri's explanation triggers controversy on social media (freeze Rai 1)

MILAN – Napoli won by measure on the Inter pitch in the first leg of the Coppa Italia semifinals but on social media there is nothing more than the rigor not assigned to the Campanians for a touch with the hand of de Vrij. On social media he is discussing the explanation of the ex referee Pieri who works at Rai as a moviolista: "It is not rigor because the touch of De Vrij's hand is with the back and not with the palm of the hand".

Inter-Napoli, controversy on social media for the declarations of the former referee Pieri.

Here are some criticisms of Pieri from social networks. Giada wrote: “According to @RaiSport it is not a penalty because the Inter player does not take the ball with the palm but with the back of the hand. I am hallucinated. #InterNapoli ", Luciano wrote:" This Rai character said that it is not a penalty because De Vrij touches the ball with the BACK OF THE HAND AND NOT WITH THE PALM, BUT WHAT WE ARE ARRIVED at #InterNapoli ", a Milan fan wrote:

“It's not rigor because De Vrij's touch is with the back and not with the palm of the hand. Pieri, commentator on Rai 1, just said it. AHAHAHAHAHAH So the touches of the back are not punishable. Ahahahah ", Rocco wrote:" In RAI they say it is not rigor because it takes it with the back of the hand, not with the palm, you understand how we are doing ", Tonia wrote:

”Comment in the studio: It is not rigor, because he touches it with the back of his hand. No oh well. " These are just a few of the many comments that say practically the same thing. Not surprisingly, this topic is among the hottest topics on Twitter.

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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