ROME – Two rounds of disqualification to Lautaro Martinez for protests against the referee Gianluca Manganiello which cost him the expulsion in the final of
Inter-Cagliari. The Argentine striker will therefore miss the trip to Udine and the derby against Milan on 9 February to return to the Olimpico against Lazio. No provision instead for the coach Conte who together with others from the Inter Milan bench threw himself against the referee at the end of the game.
The motivation refers to the "protests against the match officials (Sixth penalty) and for having, at the 48th of the second half, at the time of the warning, with extreme blatantness, assumed an intimidating attitude approaching the Director vigorously tender to which he shouted phrases in Spanish. After the expulsion order he was forcefully dismissed from his teammates by reiterating the vehement protest and angrily throwing a ball as he left the pitch and continued to rail against the referee. "
The sports judge, Gerardo Mastrandrea, also inflicted two days of disqualification on the third goalkeeper Tommaso Berni for protests from the bench. A 20,000 euro fine was also imposed on Inter.
A day of disqualification for 11 players instead: Martin Caceres and Nikola Milankovic (Fiorentina), Armando Izzo and Sasa Lukic (Turin), Federico Peluso (Sassuolo), Andrea Petagna and Mattia Valoti (Spal), Cristian Dell'Orco (Lecce), Ismael Bennacer (Milan), Bartosz Bereszynski (Sampdoria), Takehiro Tomiyasu (Bologna). (source Agi)
Source: Blitz Quotidiano