British referee Anthony Taylor and his family were attacked at Budapest airport after the incident in the Europa League final.
Referee Anthony Taylor is the person appointed to start the Europa League Final on June 1. He did not run well and missed two penalty situations for AS Roma and contributed a hand to Sevilla’s overall victory. Taylor’s decisions made AS Roma coach Jose Mourinho angry and went to the parking lot to have a conversation with the British referee.
“It was a tense, exciting match with a referee who appeared to be Spaniards. He showed us yellow cards all the time. The injustice was shown by the fact that Lamela should have received a yellow card. second, but he didn’t, and Lamela successfully scored a penalty in the penalty shootout,” Mourinho said after the final.
Not stopping there, recently, a video was posted on social networks showing that Taylor and his family were attacked at Budapest airport. The security personnel present had to make every effort to create a barrier between Taylor and the Roma fans, who cursed and threw chairs at the 44-year-old referee. According to Football Italia, the fan who threw the chair is being detained by the police.