La Gazzetta dello Sport: “Conte did not speak after Inter-Cagliari because he had a tachycardia principle for the protests”

La Gazzetta dello Sport: "Conte non ha parlato dopo Inter-Cagliari perché ha avuto un principio di tachicardia dopo le proteste"

Antonio Conte protested vehemently against the referee after the final whistle of Inter-Cagliari (photo Ansa)

MILAN – After the final whistle of Inter-Cagliari , Antonio Conte lashed out against the referee to protest against the expulsion of Lautaro Martinez, who will cost the Argentine the absence in the Milan derby. Conte was out of his mind and was barely kept by his collaborators. Thanks to the intervention of his staff, Conte was not expelled and therefore was not disqualified by the sports judge.

Both Lautaro Martinez and Tommaso Berni have been expelled and disqualified for two days, both will miss the Milan derby. In the case of Berni, not bad considering that he is the third goalkeeper of the team, but the absence of Lautaro is a real tile for Conte since the Argentine is one of the stars of the team.

Inter-Cagliari, that's what Antonio Conte had according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

This turbulent end of matches stressed Conte so much that, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter's doctors would have given him a pill for a principle of tachycardia. The only certainty is that Conte did not speak after the game, in the press room, in his place, Deputy Stellini showed up.

After leaving the field, Conte went directly to the car without giving any explanation to the journalists present in the mixed zone of the Giuseppe Meazza "San Siro" stadium in Milan. Many had wondered why, La Gazzetta dello Sport provided an answer to this question by talking about a principle of tachycardia.

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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