The live film of Napoli Milan (Referee Marsignac)
21′ A penalty in favor of Milan! Mario Rui came up late on Rafael Leao who managed to unload the ball to Brahim Diaz before collapsing to the floor. Marciniak has no doubts and awards a penalty kick to the Rossoneri. Holy decision because the foul tackle of the Portuguese full-back in No. 17 is very clear. Just the first important call from the expert Polish race director.
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22′ Merritt Hypnosis Lime But Should Punishment Be Repeated? Giroud comes from the penalty spot and after 11 infallibility from 11 meters, the penalty kick is denied by Alex Meret, who guesses the corner lonely shot from Milan No. 9. However, when reviewing the action in slow motion, it can be seen that at the time of the French striker’s shot, three Two Napoli players invaded the penalty area, in violation of the rule that requires no one to enter before the ball has been kicked. The punishment that, in terms of regulation, should have been repeated? More than a few doubts remain.
37′ Leo on Lozano in the area, Napoli protests but nothing for Marciniac – Lozano asks for a penalty for touching Liao, Marciniak immediately assigns a corner kick to Napoli claiming that the Portuguese first touches the ball and then the Mexican’s foot. However, when reviewing the action in the replay, some doubts remain because the Portuguese’s tackle appears first on the former PSV’s ankle and then on the ball. However, the video assistant referee confirms the referee’s decision, but doubts remain very strong, because the impression is that Liao hits the opponent’s foot first and then the ball. Fierce protests from Napoli, who in this case deserved the penalty kick, from the Polish whistle made with VAR Kwiatkowski the first mistake of his evening.
45 + 2′ yellow for Theo Hernandez – A late tackle from Osimhen, Marciniak close in and gets his first yellow card of the evening.
45 + 4 goal to Osimhen handball is disallowed – Osimhen scores a sloppy ball in the penalty area, moves from two steps with a low shot but the Nigerian touches the ball with his arm before catching the ball. Protests but the right decision for Marciniak, because touching the arm is obvious.
Referee Marciniak disallows Victor Osimhen’s goal, Napoli-Milan, Getty Images
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45 + 7 yellow for Di Lorenzo – De Lorenzo stopped Benasser’s replay again in the wrong way: a yellow card for the captain of Naples.
80′ Tomori Falls, a penalty for Napoli! – Di Lorenzo after making a drumming for Napoli, pulls himself up in the penalty area and passes a low ball to the ground which Tomori visibly deflects with his dropped arm. Marciniak immediately awards the penalty kick, which is confirmed by VAR. The right decision.
to rule: Šimon Marciniak (Poland)
calligrapher: Sokolniki – Listkiewicz (Poland)
IV man: Nyberg (Sweden)
Video Assistant Referee: Kwiatkowski (Poland)
AVAR: Frankowski (Poland)
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