Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella has allegedly complained about the actions of Juventus players.
The Rossoneri suffered a controversial 2-1 loss in Turin on March 10; with the winning goal coming through a penalty scored in stoppage time by Paulo Dybala.
La Stampa is claiming this morning that Montella made a complaint about the conduct of the Bianconeri players, rather than the award of the penalty.
The newspaper states the Montella spoke at yesterday’s Panchina d’Oro ceremony, stating.
“The Bianconeri protest en-masse without being sanctioned,” he reportedly said, while Alessio Romagnoli “was booked after the first complaint.”