The referee cautioned me that he would send me off. They should have regard for those who come here to attempt to do better than the other team
Inter head coach Antonio Conte was condemning of referee Damir Skomina for the degrees of regard appeared to his players after their 2-1 misfortune to Barcelona at the Camp Nou.
Luis Suarez scored twice as Barcelona came from behind to defeat Conte's side in their Champions League Group F experience on Wednesday.
Inter were much the better side in the first half and led thanks to an early goal from Lautaro Martinez, but Conte was unhappy because a portion of the choices Slovenian Skomina gave against his side.
The 50-year-old had a number of exchanges with Skomina during the game as he vented his dissatisfaction on the touchline.
After the game against Barcelona, Antonio Conte addressed Sky Italia about the defeat, declaring that his side deserved more. Be that as it may, he additionally reprimanded the referee, who was a lofty idea tonight as several Inter players got resentful.
"The referee cautioned me that he would send me off. They should have regard for those who come here to attempt to do better than the other team. Respect must be mutual. I carry a feeling of bitterness, we are discussing an international referee, who has experience and officiated the last Champions League final," he expressed.