The Italian football has been overshadowed on the second Christmas day in the event of death. The top game of the Serie A between Inter Milan and SSC Napoli (1:0) came to be a follower of the host are killed. In addition, several of the Tifosi of Napoli have been hurt, tempers heated also a racism scandal.
After the game, a 35-year-old Fan of Inter in the vicinity of the Giuseppe-Meazza-stadium of a Van run over. He later succumbed to his injuries in hospital. At the wheel of the accident car is a follower of Napoli’ve been sitting, informed the authorities. According to the driver still being sought. Italy’s interior Minister, Matteo Salvini, described the death as unacceptable. He announced a Meeting with the Management of both clubs and the heads of the fishing communities.
The Milan police chief Marcello Cardona requested that the Inter-Fans will get this season no more tickets for away matches and also the infamous Inter-fan area five game days will be closed. In clashes rivaling Fans after the game four Naples-trailer injured by a knife were rival. In the riots that erupted around the stadium in San Siro, were involved, according to the media, about 50 people reports. The security forces prevented worse. Cardona spoke of organized riots. “We will deal very hard with the perpetrators,” he announced. On Thursday, the police arrested three men who were apparently involved in the riots.
“Koulibaly was easy
The duel between Inter and Napoli also revealed the second major Problem in Italian football. SSC professional Kalidou Koulibaly complained after his dismissal on repeated racist insults. “I apologize for the defeat, and, above all, that I left my brothers in the lurch. But I’m proud of my skin color, the fact that I am a Senegalese, a Frenchman, Neapolitan: a man,” tweeted the defender.
Two home matches without spectators
The spell chamber from the Italian Federation has to play Inter at home in front of empty stands condemned. In a further section, the fan section in the Giuseppe-Meazza-stadium must remain empty, as the news Agency ANSA reported Tuesday. Koulibaly was suspended after his dismissal for two games.
Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus Turin posted in Instagram: “no to racism and to any Crime, and discrimination.” The former Bundesliga player Kevin-Prince Boateng (US Sassuolo Calcio) wrote in the social media under the Hashtag #NoAlRazzismo: “I am, you are, we are all Koulibaly.”