Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi and defender Francesco Acerbi settled their cases with plea agreements following the controversial incidents against Roma.

The Nerazzurri had won the fixture at the Stadio Olimpico by four goals to two back on the 10th of February.

Nevertheless, the outcome was marred by two separate incidents.

Acerbi scored the opener but received insults from the Roman crowd in the aftermath. This is mainly due to his past with Roma’s arch-rivals Lazio.

A section of Giallorossi supporters even chanted: “You shall die”.

This prompted a profane hand gesture from the 35-year-old, which caused him trouble with FIGC investigators.

On another note, Inzaghi was serving a one-match ban during that match, with his assistant Massimiliano Farris in charge.

However, Alessandro Bastoni’s comments suggested that the coach made a video call with the squad during half-time. This alleged action forms an infringement of the sporting rules.

Therefore, the FIGC prosecutors investigated the two matters.

But according to Sport Face via FcInterNews, Inzaghi and Acerbi have now settled their cases.

As the source explains, the Inter duo have struck plea agreements with the FIGC prosecutors.

Inter Milan, Simone Inzaghi & Francesco Acerbi To Pay Fines For Roma Episodes

Therefore, the Nerazzurri coach has agreed to pay 3.500 euros as a fine. For his part, the veteran defender received a 5,000 euro fine.

Moreover, the club will equally pay 8,500 euros for strict liability.

The Nerazzurri can now put the whole episode behind them and focus on their next sporting quests.

The Beneamata will host Napoli in a major Serie A clash on Sunday night. This will be the first fixture for both clubs following their respective Champions League eliminations.