Milan Sanctioned as San Siro Crowd Use Lasers During Serie A Clash

Milan’s last Serie A outing was one filled with drama as the Rossoneri snatched a second-half comeback after Hellas Verona had gone 2-0 up going into half time, thanks to goals from Gianluca Caprari and Antonin Barak.

Out of the two goals, the penalty by Barak in the 24th minute was one of controversy, garnering a fine of considerable amount by the Rossoneri.

The San Siro home crowd displayed their repulsion to Verona’s penalty call by targeting the midfielder with beams of laser light – thus receiving an unwanted fine of €10,000, as reported by the Official Notice No.65 of the Sports Judge (via MilanNews).

The Czech Republic midfielder maintained his composure amid hostility from the home supporters and knocked the ball in past Tatarusanu to double the visitor’s lead.

Serie A has long been known to lay up such incidents by fans that actively tend to harm player performances and morale during the course of 90 minutes.