Serie A president, Gabriele Gravina, has given his opinion on the red card issued to Napoli striker, Victor Osimhen, during their 2-0 win over Venezia last weekend.
Gravina says everyone involved in the incident: Osimhen, Venezia midfielder Daan Heymans and referee Gianluca Aureliano were all wrong.
Aureliano issued Osimhen a straight red card midway through the first half of the clash at the newly-promoted side.
Some pundits felt Osimhen should have been awarded a penalty as Heymans tugged his shirt during a corner kick tussle.
The referee reported Osimhen case as a violent conduct and the Nigeria international was slammed with a two-match suspension.
But Gravina is convinced that all the three parties involved were wrong.
“Everyone is wrong, and Osimhen has been wrong first,” the 67-year-old told Corriere Dello Sport via Forzazzurri.
“So I don’t want to judge what our judges are doing right now; they are very careful professionals. Let’s try not to poison the wells from the first day; let’s enjoy this championship.”
Napoli filed a legal processes to have the ban reduced to just the Genoa game so that Osimhen could feature against Juventus on matchday three.