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Milan players fined for insulting Inter

Considered responsible for the behavior of its players, AC Milan was sanctioned

Frenchmen Theo Hernández and Mike Maignan, as well as two other AC Milan players (Sandro Tonali and Bosnian Rade Krunic), were fined this Friday for having insulted their rivals from Inter Milan in May at the celebrations of the champion title of Italy. 

Hernández, who staged insulting chants against the Nerazzurri, and Maignan, who displayed a banner against his rivals, were fined 4.000 euros ($4.180), the same as Tonali, the Italian federation announced. 

Krunic was fined 5.000 euros ($5.224) for having also displayed a banner. 

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Held responsible for the behavior of its players, AC Milan was fined 12.000 euros ($12.540). 

Milan and Inter fought for the Scudetto until the last day. A title that was finally won by the Rossoneri, with a two-point advantage, to achieve their nineteenth Italian championship. 

The two Milanese rivals will meet again on the pitch on September 3 on matchday five of the 2022/23 season. 

AFP

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