Orsato to the VAR for the penalty on Holm, Pioli's reaction on TV is furious: "It's too little"

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Orsato to the VAR for the penalty on Holm, Pioli's reaction on TV is furious: "It's too little"

After the face-to-face meeting on the pitch, the Milan coach will forcefully reiterate the concept on TV, during the post-match interviews: “But it's nothing… nothing, come on the guys, especially in Orsato's judgement.”

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Pioli's protest on the pitch, the match director warned him before the on-field review.

The penalty awarded to Atalanta with VAR for the contact between Giroud and Holm sends Stefano Pioli into a rage. The referee, Daniele Orsato , signals to Maignan that he cannot yet take the goal kick: he has to wait because from the Lissone room they are telling him that there is a suspicious episode, which is being evaluated.

The kick given by the French attacker to the opponent (he was trying to intervene on the ball) seems accidental and yet for the match director, who goes to review that situation in the on-field review, there are conditions to assign the maximum punishment. It is what in jargon is called a 'coded episode' and almost always when the referee goes in front of the monitor he opts for the spot kick because he verifies that there has been a shot not permitted by the rules (in this case to the Atalanta player's chest ) .

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A situation that has raised protests from the Rossoneri also because Orsato himself – as can be seen from the sequence shown by Dazn – seems to be in control of the action and, at least initially, does not believe he has to intervene. In all likelihood he himself had some doubts as he was unable to visualize that contrast well and when, through the check, they suggested that he go and find out more about the matter, he did so without thinking twice, to the point that the review itself would last very little.

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It is at that moment that he draws the yellow card against the Milan coach who protests loudly and almost comes face to face with the referee. On TV, during the post-match interviews with Dazn, the coach will forcefully reiterate the concept: “Too little for two things: Holm already puts his hands in his face even though he hasn't been hit there. And then it's too little for the meter of judgment that Daniele Orsato always uses: he is the referee who calls the least fouls, he has European refereeing.”

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Pioli had protested against the referee's decision to review the episode reported in the VAR room in slow motion and underlined the blame by adding: “But it's nothing… nothing, come on guys. But well done to them, if he doesn't throw himself like this the penalty won't there is. This year we have had several penalties against us, but I saw an exaggeration in the referee's assessments.” , Massimo Ambrosini was also on the same wavelength and had also used that expression ( “it's too little” ) to comment on the decision to grant the penalty to the 'goddess'. Then the bitter conclusion: “We lost two points, if there was a team that deserved to win it was us.”

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