Cristiano Ronaldo demands 'education' after Kalidou Koulibaly allegedly subjected to monkey chants

Cristiano Ronaldo demands 'education' after Kalidou Koulibaly allegedly subjected to monkey chants

Cristiano Ronaldo demands 'education' after Kalidou Koulibaly allegedly subjected to monkey chants

With their side winning 1-0 - through an extra time victor -, taking the three points, and additionally the "icing on their cake" of seeing the target of their vitriol being sent off it seems however the scum support have had the last laugh.

Last year, Ghanaian player Sulley Muntari was sent off after confronting fans who abused him during a game for Pescara.

Italian FA president Gabriele Gravina is "considering" whether Serie A should be suspended after an Inter Milan fan died ahead of the Napoli match.

Inter's supporters will not be allowed to attend their home games with Sassuolo and Bologna, while Empoli have confirmed they will refuse to sell tickets to the Nerazzurri fans when they host Luciano Spalletti's side on Saturday.

Napoli went on to lose the match 1-0 after Lautaro Martinez netted a stoppage-time victor for Inter.

Koulibaly was shown a second yellow card in the 81st minute of the 1-0 defeat to Inter Milan after sarcastically applauding the referee after a booking, with chanting clearly audible as he left the field.

"However I am proud of my skin colour".

Koulibaly was sent off late on after sarcastically applauding the referee following a booking, with Lautaro Martinez then scoring a stoppage-time victor.


Napoli's Senegalese-French defender Koulibaly was the target of racial abuse throughout the match.

"These incidents suddenly erupted, these (Inter) fans came out and hit the Napoli fans with some bars and clubs", Cardona said at a press conference.

"I asked the referee for information on the red cards and nothing else", Ancelotti told Sky Sport Italia.

During Gli Azzurri's midweek defeat at the San Siro, the Senegalese defender was subjected to monkey chants from sections of the stadium. It's not good, not for us, nor for Italian football. "And if we don't know, the next time we may have to stop play ourselves".

The clashes took place in a street a few minutes' walk from the San Siro stadium, reports said.

In a joint statement they said the abuse had "no place in football".

Pavel Klymenko, of the anti-discrimination body Football Against Racism in Europe, says the latest racist against against Koulibaly is a big test for those in charge of the Italian game.

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