Di Bello expels three players, Lazio attacks him on social media: they do it with a simple photo

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Di Bello expels three players, Lazio attacks him on social media: they do it with a simple photo

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At the Olimpico Milan beat Lazio 1-0 and returned to Juventus' wake. The match was decided by Okafor , but match director Marco Di Bello also took the cover, sending off three Lazio players: Pellegrini, Marusic and Guendouzi. Tempers on the pitch flared up so much that when the match ended a fight broke out, involving around thirty players and members of their respective staff.

For Di Bello from Brindisi this was a very complicated match. There are several disputed incidents. At 23' of the first half, Lazio claimed a penalty for a contact between Maignan and Castellanos. There is contact, but for the referee and VAR it is normal game contact, so no penalty. A decision that angers Sarri, who gets a yellow card (he was on a warning and will have a one-match ban).

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In the second half, however, literally everything happens. In the 58th minute Luca Pellegrini was sent off, complaining a lot about both the second yellow card and the play that caused it. Castellanos is down. Pellegrini sees it and decides to take the ball out of the field. Pulisic doesn't agree, perhaps he doesn't understand the reason for the defender's idea and skips it. At that point Pellegrini intervenes, chases him and is booked. Warned. Red card and Lazio in 10 men .

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The climate becomes hot. Di Bello disallowed Leao's goal with VAR and in injury time he drew the red card twice more and in both cases the two decisions were perhaps a little excessive. First Adam Marusic was out, sent off in the 93rd minute, and then Guendouzi was punished, it seems, excessively for a duel with Pulisic, omnipresent in the hot cases of this match.

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When the match ends, a sensational brawl breaks out, denied to the spectators of the television cameras. That leaves Milan's three points and Lazio's three expulsions, which becomes the first team since 2012 (the last one was Palermo) to suffer three red cards in the same match. Di Bello's refereeing was not liked at all by president Lotito's club, who after the match put the match director in their sights with an eloquent tweet. Posted a photo of Di Bello with a red card in his hands.

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