The confrontation between the two clubs is marked by jealousy between their famous players, who started the Serie A campaign after beating Inter Milan and losing 2-0 to Spezia. Milan won the tournament in October, but lost to Copa Italia last month on two separate charges against Ibrahimovic. The Swede's first warning came after talks with former Manchester United striker Lukaku continued at the end of the first half.
The Inter and AC Milan forwards were banned for one cup match, but this was due to the cards they received during the midweek match. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Romelu Lukaku have been ruled out of action following their clash in the quarter-finals between AC Milan and Inter Milan on Tuesday night.
Both players was handed a one-match ban from the Italian Challenge Cup, however, because of the cards they received during the match itself, with authorities deciding that no more was needed. judgment on the judgment they took at the time. Ibrahimovic later received a second yellow card for the second time, while Lukaku was handed a one-match ban from the pre-match ban, so he was played in the semi-final against Juventus, according to his team-mate. Achraf Hakimi was played because of the booking he took.
A press release from the Italian Football Referee confirms that the written messages received at the time were only a written judgment, which Lukaku and Ibrahimovic are set to miss out on extra time following a shock altercation just before half-time, which Inter Milan won 2-1.
Mural of Romelu Lukaku/Zlatan Ibrahimovic
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