Barcelona have taken their issues with the San Siro playing turf to a higher authority by handing in an official complaint to UEFA.
The Blaugrana were held 0-0 by the Rossoneri in Italy on Wednesday night in a game that Coach Pep Guardiola suggested was affected by the quality of the playing surface. 
There were several instances of players losing their footing during the 90 minutes, with an insinuation from the Spanish Coach that it might even have been a deliberate ploy to disrupt his team’s style of play.
Europapress.es are today reporting that immediately after the game the club formally complained about the surface to the match’s UEFA delegate Mikalai Varabyov, who then included it in his report. The European body are expected to now ask for an explanation from the Italian champions.
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