At the end of the Inter-Juventus match, 50 Nerazzurri fans were taken to the police station and two, a 22-year-old and a 24-year-old, were arrested while 48 were reported for resistance and violence against a public official and aggravated assault.
After midnight, the Inter fans threw paper bombs towards the police vehicles and the Juventus fans' buses, causing damage to a police vehicle.
The police commissioner of Milan, Giuseppe Petronzi, issued a Dasponei against all 50 Inter supporters.
The public order service had been in operation since the morning for the reclamation of the Meazza stadium, the relay of team buses, the surveillance of the railway stations and the motorway barrier of Milan Ghisolfa on the occasion of the arrival of the visiting fans, with the coordination of the police headquarters operations room, and the management of roads to make up for the union meeting called by Local Police personnel.
Around 6pm, eighteen Juventus fans were identified by Digos police after throwing a firecracker under the bus of an Inter Club that was taking the Nerazzurri supporters to San Siro.
The State Police agents, during the filtering of the guests, had found a 21-year-old Juventus supporter who, in possession of a smoke bomb, had been reported and removed from the stadium after a one-year Daspo was issued against him.
Furthermore, approximately 60 Juventus supporters were removed from the stadium after showing up at the turnstiles without tickets.
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