There were no major refereeing errors from Luca Pairetto in Inter Milan’s Serie A win over Bologna yesterday evening.

This is the view in today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

Refereeing decisions have really been under a microscope in Serie A in recent weeks.

This has been the result of some high-profile errors by officials in Italian football.

But yesterday evening, the Gazzetta argue, there was absolutely nothing to complain about regarding the referee’s performance.

No Errors From Luca Pairetto In Inter Serie A Win Vs Bologna

There were a few appeals for penalties during yesterday’s match.

First, there was Bologna winger Alexis Saelemakers, who believed that he had been on the end of a foul in the Inter penalty are during the first half.

However, Pairetto dismissed the Belgian’s appeals. And in the view of the Gazzetta, he did so correctly.

Then, there was an incident between Inter defender Francesco Acerbi and Bologna’s Stefan Posch. This took place in the penalty area during a corner.

The Nerazzurri player did look to have a bit of the Rossoblu player’s shirt.

But Pairetto did not see it as being sufficient to point to the penalty spot. And once again, the Gazzetta endorse this as the correct decision from the official.

It was a similar story for a shoulder-to-shoulder challenge between Inter’s Denzel Dumfries and Bologna’s Viktor Kristiansen at the start of the seconds half.

And, keeping in this vein, Pairetto did not see enough in a shoulder barge by Rossoblu defender Jhon Lucumi on Nerazzurri striker Marcus Thuram to award a foul and a penalty.

In the view of the Gazzetta, all of these were correct decisions. The referee had a good sense of the right limits for the players to challenge one another physically.

In terms of yellow cards, Bologna striker Joshua Zirkzee and midfielder Remo Freuler both went into the book. These were correct decisions in the view of the Gazzetta.

And the same is true of Inter midfielder Davy Klaassen, who received a yellow card for dissent.