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Inter stadium will be closed for two matches because of racism to Koulibaly

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Inter Milan will be forced to hold the next two matches with empty stands.

The Italian Football Federation punished Inter with closing the stadium for the follow two matches for racist insults by a fan.

In addition, the Kurva Nord tribune will be additionally closed for one more match, since most insults originated from there.

Recall that the incident occurred in the Serie A match on December 26, in which the Nerazzurri won 1:0, and Koulibaly received a red card. Throughout the game, Inter fans were booing the Senegalese.

After the fight, the Neapolitans’ mentor Carlo Ancelotti said that he demanded to stop the fight because of racist shouts towards Kalidou.

Inter will play against Benevento (January 12) in the Italian Cup, as well as Sassuolo (January 19) and Bologna (February 2) in the Serie A next three matches at Giuseppe Meazza.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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