Oh well, the ball touching Rabiot's shit, then Vlahovics' arm then at an even later point Vlahovics' arm again, apparently isn't clear and obvious.
Oh well, Dumfries kicking more air than skin and Alex Sandro falling down like a princess, gaining a penalty, wasn't a penalty but very obviously and clearly a penalty after a VAR-check.
Oh well, Cuadrado kicking Perisic in the shin, falling down, getting the penalty that got Juventus into the Champions League wasn't clear and obvious.
Oh well, Vecino grazing Mandzukic (clear yellow card, don't get me wrong), was a yellow ca--oh wait on second time of asking clearly a direct red card 10 minutes into the match.
Oh well, Pjanic on a yellow dropkicking Rafinha was clearly just a freekick. Actually, it was clearly a yellow card for D'Ambrosio, also no, we don't have the audio it doesn't exist, we don't even have the mics on--- oh we do, but the audio was deleted or something, how would we know.
Oh well, Asamoah being 2 meters offside then passing it to Vidal wasn't obvious to anyone. Lichtsteiner on a yellow card mauling Palacio was clearly also just a freekick.
Iuliano on Ronaldo? Don't get me started. Actually, do get me started, and I'll tell you why it's a penalty on Del Piero instead.
I mean yeah, we played like shit, but would've drawn (discounting any other hypothetical actions), a very acceptable result, had it not been for the referee team doing everything they could to ignore what I assume they must have seen with their own eyes. As we've seen so many times before. I actually can't believe, if you followed Inter for more than a brief time, that you're not getting the wider, bigger picture here. Is it fruitless to point out the obvious? Maybe, but that doesn't make it any less unfair.
Curious question - can anyone remember when we got a big, match-deciding dubious decision against Juventus? The 50/50 penalty on Dzeko in the Supercoppa, maybe? But that only came after Chiellini got away with murder on Barella just minutes before.
Wake up and smell the rotten coffee.