There have been no sanctions yet for Tiemoue Bakayoko and Franck Kessie – after the incident in which both players held up Acerbi’s jersey to their home fans – at the end of the Lazio’s visit to the San Siro to face Milan last week.
Lazio may have lost to Milan at the San Siro on Saturday, but what will be remembered is not what happened on the pitch but off it. The incident involving Franck Kessie and Tiemoue Bakayoko is still generating conversation, with many siding with either party. Alessandro
It’s a game that never seems to end, this recent meeting of Milan and Lazio. Unfortunately, it’s for all the wrong reasons. After the unsportsmanlike gesture from Franck Kessie and Tiemoue Bakayoko, and the wake of insults generated over social media, another controversy is about
A match between the pitch and social media: that’s how it started before Lazio’s 1-0 loss at the San Siro, and that’s hopefully how it will end. Not only did Tiemoue Bakayoko proudly display Francesco Acerbi’s jersey under the Curva Sud with Franck Kessie, but he
Milan vs Lazio ended in controversy, beginning with the sparks between the teams after the final whistle, and then the gesture of bad taste from Franck Kessie and Tiemoue Bakayoko who showed Francesco Acerbi’s jersey to the Milan curva. First, the Biancocelesti defender responded with
Francesco Acerbi’s response to the ‘more than objectionable gesture’ of Franck Kessie and Tiemoue Bayakoko arrived immediately after the pair held up his jersey in front of the Milan Curva. The Italian 31-year-old defender traded his shirt with Tiemoue after the 1-0 loss, with the intention
Ciro Immobile is in Milan’s summer transfer market plans. The rumour announced by Sky Sport this morning, the Rossoneri management would seriously consider the Lazio striker to reinforce the attack after a lacklustre season from Croatian Nikola Kalinic and Portuguese Andre Silva. The Rossoneri went on