After the 1:0 victory of Inter Milan against SSC Napoli it is in the vicinity of the Giuseppe-Meazza-stadium violent clashes between supporters of both clubs came in. In the Wake of the riots a Fan of Inter Milan was killed. The 35-Year-old was close to the mail run over the Milan stadium of a minibus. On Thursday, he succumbed to his injuries in hospital.

in Addition, four Napoli Fans were injured with a knife. The police had to intervene to prevent further confrontations. According to media reports, about 50 Fans were at the riots involved.

chief of police calls for consequences

According to police, the victims belonged to a group that had attacked the van with bats and rods. Authorities said that the cars have controlled a supporter of the guest team, more investigations. According to the driver still being sought.

Milan’s police chief Marcello Cardona called for harsh consequences. Inter Fans should be allowed to visit for the rest of the season no away League games more – also your sector in your home to the stadium to 31. March will be blocked. Cardona spoke of organized riots. “We will deal very hard with the perpetrators,” he announced. Meanwhile, the police has taken three Inter-trailer.

Racist controversy during the game

during the game there was a controversy: Naples Central defender Kalidou Koulibaly was insulted by opposing Fans, racist. The native Frenchman with Senegalese roots had been bepöbelt loud during the game several times with Monkey.

The hostile were after the end of the Game the main theme. Naples-coach Carlo Ancelotti had asked the Referees repeatedly to the interruption of the game and claimed after the final whistle which strengthen the fight against racism. In Italy, racism in football has long been a Problem.

The frustrated Koulibaly flew in the 80’s. Minute after an altercation with the referee with a Yellow-Red from the square. In injury time, the Argentinian Lautaro Martínez scored the winning goal for Inter and shortened, thus the gap to Napoli in Serie A on five points.


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