AC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso banned one game for referee protest

Cristiano Ronaldo’s second-half header secured Juventus’ first Italian Tremendous Cup since 2015 towards 10-man AC Milan, in Saudi Arabia.

AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso has been given a one-game touchline ban for confronting the referee on the finish of Wednesday night time’s Supercoppa.

Gattuso protested with the officers for not giving what he felt was a transparent penalty for a foul by Emre Can on Andrea Conti late on in his aspect’s 1-Zero defeat to Juventus.

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The Lega Serie A launched their disciplinary assertion on Thursday and it acknowledged that Gattuso can be banned for one game and fined €15,000 for “shouting on the referee on the finish of the game in a threatening method and difficult his choices, as well as to having, subsequently, whereas ready for the prize-giving ceremony, made additional offensive phrases and insinuations in direction of the referee.”

AC Milan membership physician Mario Brozzi has additionally been banned till Feb. four for making “critically insulting, offensive remarks in an conceited, derogatory method in direction of one of his personal gamers,” with the referee Luca Banti making word of this in his report on the game.

Gattuso will miss the Rossoneri’s journey to Genoa on Monday afternoon as Serie A recommences after a three-week break.

Midfielder Franck Kessie will even miss that game after being banned one match for his pink card towards Juventus. VAR was used to change what was initially a yellow card to a pink for harmful play.



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