Inter and Juventus have both received fines from the Sporting Justice in Italy for insulting chants made by their supporters during yesterday evening’s Serie A clash between the two teams.

This is announced in a press release by the Sporting Justice, via FCInterNews, who report that the Nerazzurri have received a fine of €12,000, and the Bianconeri have received a fine of €7,000.

Insulting chants were heard from Inter fans aimed at the Juventus squad before kickoff of yesterday’s match at the Allianz Stadium in Turin.

Meanwhile, a plastic cup was also seen to be thrown in the direction of the Bianconeri players from the travelling Nerazzurri supporters.

Meanwhile, during the match insulting chants towards the Nerazzurri were heard coming from the home supporters.

The Sporting Justice has evaluated the chants, and has come to the decision to fine Inter €12,000, and to fine Juventus €7,000 in response to the chants during the match.