Rome ok with two penalties, Fiorentina furious with referee: how many blasphemies on the field …

Roma won 2 to 1 against Fiorentina thanks to two penalties. The Viola protested at length for the second, the decisive one. Many blasphemies and insults against the referee, without fans you can hear everything …

Roma won two to one against Fiorentina thanks to two penalties transformed by the ex viola Jordan Veretout and mortgaged the fifth place in the standings. With Napoli already in the Europa League groups, thanks to the triumph in the Italian Cup, it is important for Rome to get over Milan.

In fact, the team that arrives below the other, currently Milan, is doomed to start again next season before the others to play the preliminary rounds of the Europa League (six potential games).

Not a small detail if we consider how long this season is going on due to the stop for coronavirus.

Fiorentina, on the other hand, had nothing more to ask for in this championship as it was already saved and that it had no chance of hitting a place in the Europa League but losing with a doubtful penalty always hurts.

And so someone lost his head in the purple house since during the Sky commentary we all listened to a lot of blasphemies and several insults against the race director.

In fact, the fourth man spoke to the Fiorentina bench saying: "Ok to the protests but not to the offenses …".

But why were the violets so angry? Because Dzeko had already kicked out before coming into contact with Terracciano. But it is not only for this. The Viola were angry that the referee did not go to review the episode even at the var.

In fact, in addition to the blasphemies, we also listened to: "Go and see the var again, go and see the var again!".

Nothing to do, the referee was convinced of his decision and it was also because his assistants gave him the ok through silent check. But was there a penalty or not? Such penalties have been given as not given so it is difficult to answer.

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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