A blonde man has been accused of a series of fouls during Man UtD’s 2-0 victory over Juventus in Turin, the Bianconeri’s official Twitter account reported.
The Juventus midfielder, who was later identified by the club as Gianluca Sboccia, was the subject of a number of complaints during the match, but was not punished by the referee.
The report claimed that the pair were spotted in the stands, where Sbocia was also wearing a pink jersey.
Sbocci was booked for “trespassing” during the first half of the match and was subsequently sent off.
Juventus’ defensive midfielder Antonio Candreva was also involved in a number the complaints.
A few minutes later, Juventus’ defender Mauro Icardi, a former Juventus player, also complained about the player wearing a blonde wig and was sent off for an early foul.
Juve midfielder Andrea Pirlo, a Juventus fan, was also reported to have made an anti-Semitic remark to Sboca, which was subsequently turned down by the Turin referee.