Andrea Stramaccioni felt the 3-0 result in Udine was “unfair” and complained about an incident on Rodrigo Palacio.
Inter were felled at the Stadio Friuli after Juan Jesus received a red card, as Antonio Di Natale bagged a brace.
“We had a good first half, but the 3-0 result is unfair and does not reflect the real game,” insisted Stramaccioni.
“Up until the Juan Jesus red card, it was a totally different match. We certainly aren’t fortunate when it comes to refereeing decisions, as once again today there was an incident.
“Palacio is a very fair player and he should not have been booked for simulation. Maurizio Domizzi put his hand on his neck and unbalanced him, so for me that is a penalty and a red card.
“I don’t think the referees have anything against Inter, but you have got to give a penalty like that. I’d say Inter were excellent for 65 minutes, but Jonathan wasted an incredible chance and then Udinese ran away with it.”
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