Offset Inter Milan, Bologna Coach feels disadvantaged
Bologna coach Roberto Donadoni is not satisfied with the draw they got when they host Inter Milan at Renato Dell’Ara Stadium in Serie A continued on Wednesday (20/09/2017) (20/09/2017) pm dawn. Both teams drew 1-1.
Bologna winning first in the 32nd minute after Simone Verdi Inter Milan goalkeeper who escorted Samir Handanovic. The advantage lasted until the 76th minute, before Inter awarded a penalty because Ibrahima Mbaye pulled Eder T-shirt in the forbidden box. Mauro Icardi who acted as a successful executioner netted into goalkeeper Antonio Mirante.
“I certainly hope such incidents are given to us against Juventus, Napoli, Roma or Milan, that there is uniformity in the decision against such incidents,” Donadoni told Mediaset Premium after the match.
Donadoni felt aggrieved with a penalty award given the referee to Inter. The 54-year-old coach doubts that the same prize will be awarded to his team in the event of a similar offense.
“I do not want to talk about it, because we are going to the same classic discussions, we always doubt if the violation happens otherwise, do they (the referee) give a penalty too? I do not know,” he said.
“From the point of view, the result left us disappointed, we are superior to Inter, the big team,” added Donadoni.
Meanwhile, Inter Milan coach Luciano Spalletti admitted his side played uncharacteristically. The result of this series makes a successive record I Nerazzuri stoppage stopped in the fifth week.
“We were slower than usual, unable to move the ball well in the vertical line, especially in midfield, so we gave Bologna a chance to break through our defenses,” he said.
Spalletti dismissed the notion that Inter Milan’s balancer goal born from the penalty award was an arranged scandal. “I think it’s an exaggeration to say Bologna is harmed, if they win we will not protest, I do not see it as a scandal when we equalize We have a chance to win after 55 seconds and we waste it,” said Spalletti.