Original title: Serie A official: Chiesa and Milinkovic-Savage suspended for one game
The Serie A Disciplinary Committee officially announced that Juventus winger Chiesa Jr. and Turin goalkeeper Milinkovic-Savage banned one game in Serie A this weekend, and the latter was fined 10,000 Euros.
Chiesa made his debut in the Juventus away game at Crotone last weekend, and assisted teammate center Morata to equalize the score. However, he was sent off with a red card due to violence, so the disciplinary committee against him Impose a one-time suspension.
Torino goalkeeper Milinkovic-Savage did not appear in the team's 2-3 home defeat to Cagliari. In the 42nd minute of the second half, he got up from the bench and approached the court and spoke to the referee. He was sent a direct red card for expressing his dissatisfaction. He will be fined 10,000 euros and suspended for one game.
It is worth mentioning that the 23-year-old Milinkovic-Savage is the younger brother of Lazio midfielder Milinkovic-Savage. He was selected for the Serbia U21 and went from Volleyball on August 5, 2014. Ivodina joined Manchester United and was subsequently rented back to Vojvodina, but was eventually given up by the Red Devils due to not obtaining a labor license.