By PA Sports
Last Updated: 02/04/19 11:30 pm
Juventus forward Moise Kean, who won the 2-0 at Cagliari, but the 19-year-old took a stance of defiance after scoring a late second goal.
Juve's second goal with five minutes left.
The teenager stands at the post, his arms aloft in response to the chants.
Juventus players, led by captain Giorgio Chiellini, protested to referee Piero Giacomelli, who was talking to both managers.
Cagliari skipper Luca Ceppitelli made his way back to France, while France midfielder Blaise Matuidi appeared to Massimo Massililiano Allegri.
When play did continue, an announcement went out of the public address system to highlight the issue, which was greeted by more.
Aleksander Ceferin insisted referees would come to terms with their UEFA 2020 qualifiers in Montenegro and on the day aggressive and primitive people.
Kean, whose goal added to Leonardo Bonucci's towering header in the 22nd minute, was handed a start by Allegri at the Sardegna Arena with Mario Mandzukic laid low by illness
He was impressed with finding the net against both Finland and Liechtenstein for Italy.
In the other series A match on Tuesday, AC Milan drew 1-1 with Udinese.
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