Giorgio Chiellini has accused Zlatan Ibrahimovic of slapping Marco Storari at the end of last night’s Milan-Juventus Coppa Italia tie.
A scuffle between the striker and the goalkeeper developed at the final whistle following the Old Lady’s 2-1 win.
“What happened at the end with Ibra? Nothing with me, but the same thing that happened on Sunday between Ibrahimovic and Salvatore Aronica occurred with Storari,” the defender told Sky Sport Italia.
“I hope that someone saw it and the TVs picked it up. These things can happen when emotions run high, but it is right that people are punished for their mistakes.
“These things don’t kill anyone, but the gesture was the same as Sunday’s. I don’t know why it happened as we were only discussing things…”
Ibra was sent off at the weekend after he lashed out at Napoli's Aronica during the Serie A 0-0 draw at the Meazza. He’s been banned for three League games as a result.
Turning to the game itself, the 27-year-old was delighted with what his troops did on a cold Milan evening.
“The display was the most important aspect,” he continued. “We changed eight of the 11 that featured against Siena, but everyone played really well.
“The new players, Simone Padoin and Martin Caceres, managed to fit in perfectly. This is the test that shows this team has great determination and tactical organisation.
“The Coppa Italia is a primary objective, especially when considering the fact that we’re not playing in Europe.”
Caceres scored twice in the win. Stephan El Shaarawy netted for the home side.
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