Sporting judge makes decisions following Coppa Italia semifinals: the details

Lazio, Source: Official S.S.Lazio
Lazio, Source: Official S.S.Lazio

Sporting Judge Alessandro Zampone has announced his decisions regarding the two Coppa Italia semi-finals that took place on the 24th and 25th of April. Regarding the game between Milan and Lazio, there will be no penalty for the alleged racist songs that Milan sporting director Leonardo complained about. Inzaghi’s team also managed to leave the San Siro without punishment, despite the risk of up to seven players being disqualified. The only two carded players, Felipe Caicedo and Luiz Felipe, will still take part in the Coppa Italia final against Atalanta on May 15. However, the Ecuadorian himself received a €1500 fine due to his simulation in the penalty area, the same act that earned him a yellow card. For Milan, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Mateo Musacchio were carded, and for them to, it was their first sanction. In the Atalanta vs Fiorentina match, the only player to have been disqualified is the Fiorentina defender German Pezzella, who will miss the first match of Fiorentina’s Coppa Italia run next season. Kevin Mirallas and Federico Ceccherini of Fiorentina have also been warned, and Robin Gosens for Atalanta. La Dea otherwise will be fully available for the final against Lazio.