Giampaolo shook his head, the referee was out of control.

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Sampdoria boss Marco Giampaolo was angered by the referee’s lack of control. Until the team lost 2-1 at home to AC Milan in Serie A on Saturday night last Saturday.

         Junior Messias scored a goal for “Red Devils – Black” early in the game. But at the beginning of the second half, the visiting team came to 10 people when Rafael Leao would be kicked out before Philip Urizig equalized for the home team. But Milan came in for a penalty and Olivier Giroud scored the winning goal for the team to win UFABET

GENOA, ITALY – MAY 16: Marco Giampaolo head coach of Sampdoria reacts during the Serie A match between UC Sampdoria and ACF Fiorentina at Stadio Luigi Ferraris on May 16, 2022 in Genoa, Italy. (Photo by Getty Images)

         However, Giampaolo attacked the referee’s work despite kicking the Milan player off the pitch. But after that, he leaned towards the visiting team all the time. 

         “After Leao was shown a red card which was a commendable decision. Then the referees began to lean as if they were trying to pay for something,” Giampaolo told Sky Sports Italia.

         “Every judgment is against us. You should also not show pride. You have to deal with pressure. It’s an important result for both clubs, not just Milan.

         “It was right that I was fired. because I call him a moron But this is not the way to manage it. You must be more rational. Otherwise you will lose control of the game.”

         “I never argue with the referee. I have great respect for them. But this is the referee who can’t control the game. There is a possibility that Milan will win already. Don’t get me wrong But I don’t like his attitude.”