Slavko Vinčić witnesses Milan ‘destroy the devil’ at the Parc des Princes: Paris Saint-Germain beat the Italian giant by a high scoreline
Photo source: Paris Saint-Germain
Champions League match between PSG and AC Milan was palyed, which was definitely considered to be the derby of Wednesday’s programme, also had a lot of Slovenian flavour. Slavko Vinčić took the role of the main referee , assisted by Tomaž Klančnik and Andraž Kovačič, Matej Jug took the role of the fourth referee, and Nejc Kajtazović sat in the VAR room, assisted by Croatian Ivan Bebek.
Maribor’s Slavko Vinčić showed four yellow cards in the first half, two on each side, and 24 in the 24th. In the first minute, the match had to be stopped for a few moments due to an intrusion by a spectator on the pitch. The only goal of the first half was scored by Kylian Mbappe, who made a great play and sent the ball into the unguarded net of his compatriot Mike Maignan.
PSG increased their lead in the third minute of the second half when Ousmane Dembele scored after a counter-attack, but Slavko Vinčić, after a signal from Nejc Kajtazović in the VAR room, took another look at the situation and overturned the goal, awarding a foul on Ugarte.
Just a few minutes later, the home team scored a regular goal after Maignan’s defensive rebound was headed into the net by Randal Kolo Muani. The victory was confirmed a minute before the end of regulation time after a beautiful combination Kang-in Lee.
Slavko Vinčić handed out two more yellow cards to the away side in the second half and six in total for the whole match.
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