UEFA is expected to decide today on whether Inter Milan will face action after racist abuse appeared to be directed at Tottenham players in last night's Europa League tie.
Spurs lost the last-16 second leg but progressed to the quarter-finals on away goals after the tie finished 4-4 on aggregate.
However, the main talking point after the match revolves around the racist abuse directed at Tottenham players.
Monkey chants appeared to be aimed at several Spurs players, notably goalscorer Emmanuel Adebayor, while a fan was seen with an inflatable banana.
It is not the first time Spurs have had problems against Italian sides this season, with Lazio reprimanded for racist behaviour in both their Group J ties.
Inter have also recently been punished for racist abuse and manager Andre Villas-Boas expects governing body UEFA to act.
"It was very, very easy to hear the chanting so I am sure that UEFA will act on it.
"It's difficult for Inter Milan because it is something that in some way has happened before.
"It doesn't mar the game but it is something that should have been avoided."
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