Moviola Milan Cagliari: Key moments from the Coppa Italia match

In the recent Coppa Italia match between Milan and Cagliari, referee Prontera took charge, aided by his assistants Mondin and Margani.

The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was called into action early on, just five minutes into the game. A silent check was performed over an alleged handball by Simic in the Milan penalty area. Upon review, it was determined that no penalty should be awarded, as it was Deiola who had made the deflection.

The match’s 29th minute saw another VAR check, this time on Jovic’s goal. Suspicions of a handball by the Serbian player during his stop were raised. But, following a silent review, it was established that all was in order and the goal stood.

In the 58th minute, Di Pardo was shown the first yellow card of the match for a blatant hold to halt Chukwueze’s counterattack.

At 69 minutes, Deiola received a yellow card for holding Romero.

The 89th minute saw yet another booking as Azzi, the goal scorer, was cautioned for a late tackle.

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