AC Milan star Ante Rebic has been bestowed a two-match sanction for supposedly considering a referee’s mom a “strumpet” during their 1-0 loss against Napoli on Sunday.

Rebic responded irately to one of Fabrizio Pasqua’s choices as the Rossoneri drooped to their fifth loss of the period, which has given them nine points Serie A behind Italian heads and harsh opponents Inter Milan.

Thus, the Croatian was shown a straight red card in the 92nd moment of the game, however the Disciplinary Commission have chosen to build his suspension from one to two matches.

He will subsequently miss forthcoming fixtures against Fiorentina and Sampdoria.

According to informazione.it, Rebic has gotten the ban for telling Pasqua: “I saw your mom being a whore in Naples.”

Be that as it may, the winger isn’t the lone Milan player to have been rebuffed after the loss at Napoli, as goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has likewise been hit with a £9,000 fine for having a “compromising and hostile disposition” towards opposition players at the San Siro.