Antonio Conte Blood Pressure Rises, After Inter Milan's Disappointing Draw Against Cagliari

Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte on Sunday, suffered from an irregular heartbeat due to his displeasure, following the club's 1-1 draw at the San Siro against Cagliari....

According to reports, The former Chelsea manager had to be treated for tachycardia, a condition that makes the heart beat rapidly than it's regular, and Conte's heart rated more than 100 beats per minute after his side disappointing home draw with Cagliari  last Sunday.

The match against Cagliari, saw England international, Ashley Young who Inter Milan signed just last week from Manchester United for £1.5million, made his debut for the club, as he provided a sensational cross in the 29th minute that made striker Lautaro Martinez give his side the lead at half time.
Radja Nainggolan later scored an equalizer for Cagliari in the 78th minute for the visitors, as both side share the spoils at Full time.

Cloud Nine Sports understands that after the final whistle of the game against Cagliari, the frustrated Antonio Conte went to the pitch to confront referee Gianluca Manganiello over his decisions to have sent off striker Lautaro Martinez and goalkeeper Berni, in the 94th and 95th minutes, just few minutes before the end of the game, but he was held back by the rest of Inter's coaching staff.

The 50-year-old whoose blood pressure later rose up did not take part in the post-match press confrence, as he had to go receive treatment and calm his nerves by the Inter Milan's medical staff.

Antonio Conte was given a mission at the beginning of the season, to challenge the reigning champions Juventus to win the Serie A title this season, but the draw against Cagliari left Inter Milan with just 48 pionts in the league table, and three points behind league leaders Juventus who had the chance to go five points clear, but lost their match 2-1 away to Napoli that same day.

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