The FIGC opens a file against Theo Hernández

The Milan side after the defeat with Napoli published a story against the referee: it could cause him a fine or a sanction.


The game lost to Napoli last Sunday continues to cause problems for Milan. Yesterday the sanction for Ante Rebic (two games for insults to the referee) and the fine for Gigio Donnarumma (10,000 euros for insults to the rival bench) were made official, while today, according to the ANSA agency, the FIGC prosecutor's office opened a file against Theo Hernandez. The full-back, after the confrontation with the Azzurri, published on his Instagram profile a photo with the referee Fabrizio Pasqua and several vomiting emoticons.

The image was only a few minutes on their social networks, but obviously it spread like wildfire on the profiles of tifosi and the media. The ex-Madridista's anger was caused by a penalty due to a kick from Bakayoko that the referee did not concede either after having seen the VAR images. Now the prosecution of the Italian Football Federation will investigate the case, which could result in a fine or, in the worst case for the Rossoneri, a sanction. It would be a very hard blow for Pioli, who already has several casualties while he must try to come back for the scudetto (Inter now have an advantage of nine points) and, above all, defend his classification to the next Champions League.

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