Furious Sottil in Udinese-Milan: "A joke".  But Ibrahimovic's penalty had to be repeated

Enormous controversy after the repetition of Ibrahimovic’s penalty during Udinese-Milan. The coach of the Friulians was very angry and was expelled by the referee Doveri.

Chaotic first half final between Udinese and Milan. After reviewing a hand by Bijol in the area, referee Doveri decreed a penalty for the Rossoneri which Ibra let Silvestri save. But after about a minute the penalty was repeated. Because a Juventus player had entered the penalty area. At that moment the uproar broke out and the Friulian coach Sottil was expelled for having said strong words to the match director.

Udinese got off to a good start and found the opening goal through Pereyra in the tenth minute. A well-deserved advantage. Milan slowly takes the field and in the 43rd minute gets a penalty. A decision that created great controversy, which tripled when the referee decided to have Ibrahimovic’s conclusion repeated.


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