Luca Antonelli assures it should not have been a penalty for his handball in the Milan Derby.
The game ended 0-0 with both sides having goals disallowed, but Inter also wanted a spot-kick for his handling offence on Hernanes.
“We were right next to each other, collided during the move and the ball also ended up touching my hand, but I couldn’t get out of the way,” the full-back told Milan Channel.
“We played better in the first half, then went too deep after the break. We tried to go on the counter more often, but Inter did well to hold us back.
“It was a tense match, especially for me as I am a Milan fan. The important thing is we kept Inter behind us in the table and now we need to win in Udine. It’s going to be difficult, even though they’re not going through a good period of form.
“Playing for Milan is what I always wanted. I always give that little something extra.”