REVEALED: Fuming Leonardo Bonucci ‘told Inter Milan secretary Cristiano Mozzillo “I am going to KILL you”‘ before pushing him in fiery scenes after Juventus lost Supercoppa final against their rivals… and the defender now faces a lengthy ban
- Inter Milan won the Italian Supercoppa final against bitter rivals Juventus
- Leonardo Bonucci was involved in a bust up with Inter chief Cristiano Mozzillo
- The Juventus defender is alleged to have told the club secretary ‘I will kill you’
- He was left furious with Mozzillo’s celebrations after Alexis Sanchez’s winner
Leonardo Bonucci allegedly told Inter Milan secretary Cristiano Mozzillo he would ‘kill’ him after furiously shoving the club chief on the touchline as they celebrated a late winner against Juventus in the Supercoppa final.
Bonucci saw red after Mozzillo cheered wildly following Alexis Sanchez’s dramatic strike to win the trophy, with the defender – who was preparing to be introduced as a sub – now facing a lengthy ban.
Footage shows the Juventus defender who – was frustrated about not featuring during the game until this point and seeing his side concede in the last minute – lost his cool, pushing and insulting the Inter staff member on the sidelines.
Leonardo Bonucci (left) faces a ban for shoving Inter Milan secretary Cristiano Mozzillo
The veteran Italian is alleged to have told Mozzillo he would ‘kill him’ during fiery exhange
Alexis Sanchez (centre with trophy) scored a last-gasp winner to seal a 2-1 final victory
Mozzillo is a former secretary of Napoli’s academy and now first team secretary of Inter having worked with their youth side since 2018.
And Italian outlet Il Tempo claim that the Euro 2020 winner embarked on an expletive-laden and threatening rant, telling him: ‘Don’t [celebrate] in my face, what the f*** are you doing? I’ll kill you.’
It says Mozzillo looked on in disbelief at his reaction, with officials having to restrain the veteran centre-back.
Sportsmail has approached Juventus for comment.
The shocking images leave no room for doubt and Bonucci’s unsportsmanlike behaviour could end up in the refeere’s post-match report. Bonucci could be suspended for a handful of matches after his disrespectful conduct.
Bonucci was frustrated on the sidelines as he waited to come on before being irked by Mozzillo
The defender unleashing his anger and frustration was an unwelcome gesture for Max Allegri’s side, who are already dealing with setbacks, controversies and poor form this season.
The Italian had waiting to come on as a late substitute with the sole purpose of taking a spotkick should the clash go to a penalty shootout.
The Juventus staff were reportedly urging their players to give away a free kick so the 34-year-old could be introduced.
But the Bianconeri’s plan quickly fell apart as Sanchez pounced on an error from Alex Sandro to seal a 2-1 win for Inter.