This season, Cagliari after their fans had been discovered racially abusing Inter Milan ahead Romelu Lukaku will not be punished by the Soccer Federation.
The former Manchester United striker was exposed to monkey chants from the crowd through Inter’s 2-1 win over Cagliari on September 1.
The incident that happened before and after Lukaku play with a penalty to win the game in the 72nd minute was investigated by the FIGC.
However, Italian football’s governing body has revealed that no action will be taken from the club.
The FIGC study established that before the punishment was taken by Lukaku, there was whistling and shouting from a part of the North Stand. It stated the noises were heard from audiences, but stewards couldn’t identify what was stated and who had been doing this.
The analysis concluded there was a lot of shouting and whistling normally to determine whether any”discriminatory” terminology was used and, as a result, that the FIGC has determined Cagliari cannot be penalized, and no actions will be taken against them.
The federation has, nevertheless, fined Cagliari #5,000 as a consequence of bottles being thrown from the audience during precisely the match.
Last April former Juventus striker Moise Kean, as well as midfielder Blaise Matuidi, were subjected during a Serie A battle.
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