Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi and defender Francesco Acerbi have both received fines in the aftermath of the team’s match against Roma.

Today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, report that the coach and player have received fines of 3500 and 5000 million. As has the club.

Inter beat Roma at the Stadio Olimpico earlier this month in Serie A.

There were a couple of disciplinary issues, which have been subject to investigation by the Italian FA.

And according to the Gazzetta, both have resulted in fines, the FA has confirmed.

Simone Inzaghi & Francesco Acerbi Receive Fines After Roma Clash

In the case of Inzaghi, the issue confirmed a phone call that the coach had made to the squad during halftime of the match.

Inzaghi had been serving a one-match touchline ban at the time, due to an accumulation of yellow cards.

Per the terms of the suspension, the 47-year-old was not supposed to communicate directly with his players.

However, there had in fact been a phone call between Inzaghi and the squad in the dressing room at halftime.

The Gazzetta report that the club and coach have decided to accept a plea bargain. Inzaghi has paid a fine of 3500. And the Nerazzurri have also paid an equal amount.

Meanwhile, in the case of Acerbi, the 35-year-old was fined for an obscene gesture that he had made at Roma supporters.

Retaliating to chants imploring the Inter defender, formerly of the Giallorossi’s arch-rivals Lazio, to “die” Acerbi raised a middle finger at the fans behind the goal.

And according to the Gazzetta, the FA have decided on the fine for Acerbi over this incident.

The Italian international has paid a fine of 5000 over the gesture. And Inter have also paid an equivalent fine on behalf of the veteran defender.