October 20, 2021

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Turkish referee Zakir and his assistants were suspended due to dangerous errors in the Milan-Atletico match.

The Italian newspaper, La Gazette dello Sport, reported that the European Football Association would make a decisive decision regarding Turkish referee Shakir, due to the dangerous mistakes he made during the Milan match.

International referee Junet Shakir, 44, struck out Milan midfielder Ivorian Frank Casey in the 29th minute of the first half for two yellow cards.

According to La Gazetta Dello Sport, Shakir and assistant judge for video technology “VAR” Abdelkader Bettigen will be suspended without specifying the terms of the sentence.

It was decided to give a penalty kick to handball to Milan defender Pierre Galloway, the main mistake, in the fifth minute, was calculated to replace the missed, other French striker Thomas Lemar, not Atletico Madrid striker.

In the second round of the group stage of the European Champions League, Milan lost to their Spanish guest Atletico Madrid, 1-2, in a match that combined them last Tuesday.

Portugal striker Rafael Leo highlighted the hosts in the 20th minute with a goal from just nine minutes before sending Turkish referee Casey away.

French striker Antoine Griezmann equalized for the Spanish side in the 84th minute, after his teammate, Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez, received a “suspicious” penalty kick during the victory. This is the last one on the Giuseppe Mesa ground. On the outskirts of San Siro in Milan.

Milan suffered their second consecutive defeat in the first round of the Championship after their first defeat against their host Liverpool, and finished last fourth without points.

Although Atletico had its first win of the new season in the Champions League, after drawing Porto at home without courts in the first round of the “Champions League”, it finished second in Group B with 4 points.

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