TURIN – Juventus lost the first trophy of the season, after having remedied a heavy three to one from Lazio in the Italian Super Cup final played in Riyadh, and now has to deal with the heavy disqualification of Rodrigo Bentancur . The Uruguayan midfielder has remedied three rounds, Maurizio Sarri has been warned while Nedved and Paratici have been punished with a fine.
Three days of disqualification and a ten thousand euro fine were imposed by the Serie A sports judge on Juventus player Rodrigo Bentancur, one for being sent off for a double yellow card during the Italian Super Cup final with Lazio and two more, plus the fine, "to have also approached face to face threateningly to the fourth officer, uttered a vulgar and insulting expression towards them".
A day of disqualification was instead imposed on Lazio players Lucas Leiva and Luis Alberto, who were warned and who were cautioned during the game.
Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri has been warned, while Juventus officials Pavel Nedved and Antonio Paratici have had a fine of five thousand euros each "to have, at the end of the match, near the referee's dressing room, assumed a disrespectful attitude in the to the collaborators of the Federal Prosecutor's Office "(source Ansa).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano