TURIN – Juventus won against Milan and mortgaged their eighth consecutive championship, but in the final game there were moments of tension in Milan's penalty area between Krzysztof Piatek and Mario Mandzukic. Milan felt penalized by the referee and when Piatek saw Mandzukic protesting for an alleged foul by the Pole, he didn't see us anymore and went into contact with the Croatian striker.
Piatek-Mandzukic, head to head in the final of Juventus-Milan 2-1.
At that point the two players went head-to-head and only Pepe Reina's intervention prevented the two attacking opponents from ending up in the hands. The referee Fabbri has flown over this episode. Neither did he use silent check, nor did he go to view the var to take disciplinary action.
The Rossoneri are furious with Fabbri because they believe that there was a penalty for the touch with Alex Sandro's elbow on Calhanoglu's cross and, at the same time, they believe that the contact between Musacchio and Dybala was not strict. In short, the Rossoneri felt penalized by the referee and it took very little to send Piatek, the author of Milan's temporary advantage at Allianz Stadium, into a rage.
Source: Blitz Quotidiano