Referee apologised for game-changing error, says Milan’s Pioli

18/1/2022 1:25:00 AM
Referee apologised for game-changing error, says Milan’s Pioli

Referee apologised for game-changing error, says Milan’s Pioli

Referee apologised for game-changing error, says Milan’s Pioli

ROME: AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli said referee Marco Serra apologised for an error that cost the Rossoneri a late, potentially match-winning, goal in their shock 2-1 Serie A defeat against Spezia on Monday. Junior Messias fired home in stoppage time when the score was 1-1, but the goal did not stand as Se

ROME: AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli said referee Marco Serra apologised for an error that cost the Rossoneri a late, potentially match-winning, goal in their shock 2-1 Serie A defeat against Spezia on Monday.Junior Messias fired home in stoppage time when the score was 1-1, but the goal did not stand as Serra had already blown his whistle to give a foul to Milan for a trip on Ante Rebic.

Only around two seconds passed between the foul and the shot, but no advantage was played, and the fury of the Milan players only grew when Spezia went up the other end to score a 96th-minute winner.“Never has the responsibility been equally divided like it is this evening between us, because we only scored one goal and conceded an avoidable one, and the obvious error of the referee, which changed the final result,” Pioli told a news conference.

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Junior Messias fired home in stoppage time when the score was 1-1, but the goal did not stand as Serra had already blown his whistle to give a foul to Milan for a trip on Ante Rebic. Only around two seconds passed between the foul and the shot, but no advantage was played, and the fury of the Milan players only grew when Spezia went up the other end to score a 96th-minute winner. The absence of Milan’s top three centre backs has left youngsters Matteo Gabbia, 22, and Pierre Kalulu, 21, as the only remaining options. “Never has the responsibility been equally divided like it is this evening between us, because we only scored one goal and conceded an avoidable one, and the obvious error of the referee, which changed the final result,” Pioli told a news conference. "We want to sign players who improve the squad," Pioli told a news conference. “After that error, the team lost everything it could have lost, in terms of focus and concentration. "We don’t want to bring someone in just to say we have bought a player. “The referee has apologised. By last week, it was reportedly reaching more than 2 million a day, an R rate to rival a new variant.

I am sorry for the man, he immediately apologised and put his hands up because he realised he had got it wrong. "If the right opportunity arrives, the club will be ready, but otherwise we will stay as we are. "If the right opportunity arrives, the club will be ready, but otherwise we will stay as we are.” It was a damaging defeat for Milan, who would have gone top with a win but instead remain two points behind leaders Inter Milan, who have a game in hand. But the Rossoneri have a chance to make amends and get their title bid back on track in their next two games, against fifth-placed Juventus and Inter. If it was up to him, he would play tomorrow. “The Inter and Juve games are coming at the right moment. But we know that the recovery takes four weeks, and it is too soon to say if it will take a bit longer. After an evening like this, it is better to have matches this motivating, where we can show we have grown a lot mentally and with our character,” Pioli added." Pioli’s selection issues have not had a negative impact on recent form, as they are on a three-match winning run in Serie A ahead of the visit of Spezia on Monday. Tempted? A SIMPLE GAME THAT MAKES YOU FEEL SMART My first real life Wordle conversation happened just last weekend and involved three men having a heated dispute over which word should be one’s first guess in order to maximise efficiency.

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