Referee Marco Di Bello is expected to serve a one-month punishment for calling out questionable rulings during Milan’s victory over Lazio.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via TMW) details Marco Di Bello’s one-month suspension from refereeing Serie A games. Gianluca Rocchi, the league’s referee designator, has suspended the Brindisian referee for the second time this season, the first being after the Juventus-Bologna match on August 27, last year.

The sole accurate decision made throughout last night’s game was the contact between Valentin Castellanos and Mike Maignan, which received screams from the Lazio camp for a penalty.

However, it was not particularly noteworthy. However, the majority of the subsequent rulings proved to be contentious, with three Lazio players dismissed.

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The AIA would not have enjoyed Matteo Guendouzi’s red card for an alleged response foul on Christian Pulisic. The decision to show red cards to Adam Marusic and Luca Pellegrini impacted the match’s momentum. The left-back’s sending-off is considered wrong since the referee did not halt the game with Castellanos on the ground. Furthermore, Di Bello is considered to have lost control of the match after issuing six yellow cards to the Rossoneri players.

Referee Marco di Bello during the 27th day of the Serie A Championship  between S.S. Lazio

As previously indicated, this will be the 42-year-old’s second suspension of the season. He received the first due to mismanagement of the Juventus-Bologna encounter on the second matchday, when he declined to judge Samuel Iling Junior’s involvement on Dan Ndoye, which should have resulted in a penalty.

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