Last month, Sandro Tonali was punished for a nasty challenge he made during an Under-21 outing with the young Italian side. The red card meant that he would no longer finish the rest of the games that his team had to play in for the rest of the recently concluded international break after he was slapped with the penalty of a three-game ban. He was punished for his carelessness after stamping on an opponent player, which in turn made him get a straight red card.

Football governing body UEFA released an official statement where they confirmed that the midfielder was going to be getting a three-game suspension following the Red card he received in the 1-1 draw that was played between his side and the Czech Republic on the night. It was also a clear message that he would not be playing a part J. The remaining games that Italy had to play in the group stages of the competition.
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Young Italian midfielder Sandro Tonali was one of the standout performers for AC Milan as the Rossoneri returning to winning ways in the Italian Serie A with the big win at the home of AS Roma. In what was the biggest game last weekend in the Italian top flight, AC Milan beat AS Roma 2-1 at the StadioOlimpicoto get their quest for the league title back on track and end the recent poor run of two successive defeats in the league. AC Milan were at the summit until the defeats to Spezia and Inter Milan in the Milan Derby last month. The Rossoneri were on the end of a 2-0 defeat at the hands of hosts Spezia before the 3-0 home defeat to Inter Milan. As a result of the defeats, AC Milan have dropped to second place on the league standings and they are now four points off Inter Milan at the summit.

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Former Italy u-21 international player Sandro Tonali is a doubt for AC Milan ahead of their league clash with Spezia this weekend. SandroTonali, who has played more for the Italy u-21s than the senior team, is said to be struggling to be fit for the Spezia game.

According to the publication from the stables of football italia, the former u-21 player is a doubt for this weekend’s engagement in the Italian Serie A as he has been training at Milanello in a bid to attain full fitness after his recent injury. SandroTonali has played six times for the u-21s and he has four caps under his belt for his country. The 20-year-old midfielder has drawn comparison with Italian football legend Andrea Pirlo, who’s the current Juventus manager. He previously played for the Italy u-21s throughout 2019. SandroTonali is widely regarded as one of the best young players in Italian football. Continue reading