The former Italy international has his say on the incident in the Trofeo TIM match between AC Milan and Sassuolo, in which Kevin Constant left the pitch in protest
Italian football has been rocked by a number of racist incidents in nature in recent years, with Milan's Kevin Constant the latest victim during the Trofeo TIM on Wednesday, after his team-mates Mario Balotelli and Kevin-Prince Boateng were already subjected to racism during the 2012-13 campaign.
Both Constant and Balotelli decided to leave the pitch after their respective incidents but Inzaghi argues that it would be better not to give the guilty parties any attention, unless things get out of hand.
"Racism at the stadium should be ignored, it is not right that this minority are given so much attention," the former striker told the official Milan website.
"It can happen that the referees don’t hear the insults. However, if it involves a whole section of a stadium then it is correct the referee stops the match, just like [Gianluca] Rocchi did during Milan-Roma."
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has criticised Constant's decision to walk off as he felt that the Guinea international should have warned the referee instead.