Italy wrote to UEFA on
Friday expressing "great regret" that their national anthem was
booed by groups of Spanish and Croatian fans during their Euro
2012 Group C matches.
A statement from the Italian federation said vice president
Demetrio Albertini had sent a letter to UEFA general secretary
Gianni Infantino to complain.
The statement acknowledged that Italians fans had booed
anthems in the past.
There was no mention of reported racial abuse towards
striker Mario Balotelli in the Spain and Croatia games. UEFA is
investigating allegations from the Spain match.
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