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Milan, Gazzetta: “Open wounds in the Champions League”

MILAN, GAZZETTA – As the Gazzetta reports today, the Milan team in the home defeat in the Champions League returns to the past to be forgotten.

Milan, Gazzetta: “Open wounds in the Champions League”

“A whistle, a single whistle was enough, while the 75 thousand of San Siro were peeling their hands with applause to push Milan, to smash the Rossoneri’s plans for revenge on Chelsea and complicate the run of the devils in the second round of Champions (even if nothing is compromised, on the contrary: beating Dinamo Zagreb and Salzburg.

Milan would be sure to go through, and qualification would also be possible with another 4 points). The “lethal” whistle bears the signature of Daniel Siebert, 38, a former prodigy of the German refereeing class, promoted international at the age of 30: that penalty after 18 minutes, with a red card for Tomori incorporated, tilted the evening’s plan from part of Chelsea.

And the air of the Meazza was poisoned, furious not only for the decision on the contact between the Milan central player and Mount (who had not even protested at the end of the offending action), but also for a one-way management of the cards along the 90 minutes .

Six yellow cards among the Rossoneri, three among the blues. And so Stefano Pioli, who after the 3-0 at Stamford Bridge had designed a different Milan, strengthened in the median so as not to suffer in the heart of the field as in the first leg.

Milan, Gazzetta: “Open wounds in the Champions League”

He found himself underwater again: his team tried to put their heads out with that gored Giroud ended up on the side, but they sank to Aubameyang 2-0. He had to be reversed, instead a sort of no game was played. Conditioned by Siebert’s decision: thoughts inevitably run to referee mistakes in Europe last year, from the penalty invented by the Turkish Çakir against Atletico Madrid – with Milan in ten for a double yellow to Kessie after half an hour – to the oversight by Brych (another German) in Porto on the Portuguese victory goal, spoiled by an unrecognized foul by Taremi on Bennacer. A déjà-vu that burns tremendously and reopens old wounds ”.

Christian Marangio

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