Inter reportedly confronted referee Maurizio Mariani in the dressing room, asking for an explanation to understand the penalty decision in the 1-1 draw with Juventus.
La Gazzetta dello Sport reports the Nerazzurri discussed with the match official after the decisive penalty towards the end of the Derby d’Italia at San Siro.
VAR intervened after Denzel Dumfries challenge on Alex Sandro to award Juventus a penalty, when Paulo Dybala stepped up to score his 104th goal in the Bianconeri shirt and thus claim a point in Milan.
Simone Inzaghi was sent off for his reaction to the decision and the Beneamata questioned the consistency in the usage of the video assistant, especially after the similar contact between Mattia Vina and Zambo Anguissa in the match between Roma and Napoli earlier on Sunday.
The newspaper reports a civil but determined confrontation occurred in the dressing room, when Inter asked for an explanation from Mariani.
They wanted a clear interpretation of the episode, as the result means Inter sit seven points behind joint leaders Napoli and Milan in Serie A.