ROME – Gonzalo Higuain was disqualified for two days. This is the decision of the sports judge of the Serie A for the expulsion of the Argentine striker for protests against the referee Mazzoleni in Milan-Juventus. Higuain was disqualified for two turns "having approached sprawling and threatening" to the referee.
The Milanese Matteo Salvini also stood against Higuain: "As a Milan player – said the Minister of the Interior – I was ashamed of Higuain's behavior on Sunday at the San Siro. It was unworthy ". "When you get paid millions of euros to check you – said the minister talking about the Argentinian attacker – you can not go chin with the referee otherwise a kid on a provincial field feels entitled to do so". "I go against my interest as a fan – he concluded – but I hope for a long disqualification".
Source: Blitz Quotidiano