OM: “He was for Marseille”, Axel Disasi tempers his remarks on arbitration

A goal conceded in the last minutes, very harsh words against arbitration and insults received on social networks. Difficult end of the evening for Axel Disasi and AS Monaco, Sunday evening after their loss against Marseille Olympics (2-3). The defender appeared in front of the microphones of Amazon Prime, clearly charging the referee of the meeting, Benoit Bastien. “I’m sorry, but in the last fifteen minutes, the referee was for Marseille. From the moment Marseille equalized, the referee was for Marseille, that’s all, ”he complained strongly.

These words, as well as the serious injury of Amine Harit after a seemingly involuntary contact with Disasi, earned the Monegasque insults, sometimes racist, on his social networks. He somewhat tempered his remarks, then, in the mixed zone: “Certainly my words were virulent, now that I am a little colder… The idea does not change but the words are calmer. It remains my opinion. Everyone has seen the images, I remain convinced that on this last action, there is no fault, he hammered in the mixed zone. With the equalizer, the Marseille team got a boost of energy and the atmosphere in the stadium may have influenced refereeing decisions. We were punished, but on the equalizer and the last free kick, we can defend better”. Perhaps the time to digest the crazy atmosphere put by the Marseillais to Louis II.

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