San Siro doors shut for inter for the next two matches

The Italian Giants Inter Milan will forced to play two games behind close doors, while the Napoli defender Koulibaly seen red card and handed two match ban in Serie A.

Inter Milan paid the price for Racism abuse.

The Nerrazurri will play two matches behind close doors for abusing the Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly during last night’s game.

On the boxing day fixture the Senegales international faced racism abouses by some section of the inter fans, the authority of Serie A has taken some swift decision on Inter Milan and forced a stadium ban on the home side.

Now the Milan side will play their two home matches in empty stadium before taking their third with their curva nord closed fans.

In their home matches against Bologna and Sassuolo they will play in the empty stadium and before restricted their audience against Sampdoria.

Napoli defender picked a yellow card for a tackle against Politiano and then in a second got the second one for ironically clapping to the match officials’s decision.

The Napoli man had the support of his manager as he made his way back from the field, after the match the Napoli manager Carlos Ancelotti  stated: “Koulibaly was certainly irritable. Usually, he is very calm and professional, but he was subjected to monkey noises throughout the game.

“We asked three times for some action to be taken, but the match continued. We keep being told play can be halted, but when? After four or five announcements?

“Maybe we have to take matters into our own hands next time and stop play ourselves. They’ll probably make us lose the game if we walk off, but we are prepared to do it.

“It’s not good for Italian football, seeing this.”