Livio Marinelli was the referee for the game in which AC Milan beat Monza by four goals to one at San Siro last night. For the Rossoneri the game was not marred by huge mistakes from the referee.
Milan have seen plenty of controversy concerning referees this season, and fans are naturally nervous ahead of each game. It's a credit where it's due however, as Marinelli played his game with Monza perfectly,jfdbet live casino sportsbook malaysia stated.
Gazzetta Dello Sport (via SempreMilan) reviewed the behavior of the referee in the current edition of the magazine and identified a few instances fifteen minutes after the start of the second period, Divock Origi was brought down in the box, but it was not right to award a penalty. Similar to Gytkjaer who was dragged off on the ground by Gabbia 13 minutes after. Contactwas not enough, but enough to warrant the penalty.
Marinelli scored 6.5/10 because he left one doubt. He did not hit Ciurria with the yellow card for a tackle on Theo Hernandez. The game went smoothly and it was more than 27 minutes of playing period in the second period as opposed to the 21 minutes played in Verona-Milan on the weekend.