AC Milan earned a 2-0 victory at home to Udinese in a match which saw both teams reduced to 10 men.
Valeri and his assistants were at the centre of controversy as they adjudged a First Half header from Milan defender Adil Rami to have not crossed the line and their was a number of decisions the 23-year-old old wasn’t happy about.
”It was difficult game,” the Ghana International told the press. ”The referee’s decisions have changed the game but there is nothing we can do now”
On the decision to not allow Rami’s goal, Agyemang-Badu continued, ”I felt the net move but I do not want to speak anymore about the referee.”
Udinese will be hoping for better fortunes when Cesena visit the Stadio Friuli on Wednesday night in the Coppa Italia.