Inter Milan will have to play their final home game of the Serie A season and the first of the next campaign in front of reduced crowds after part of the Curva Nord was closed due to the chanting of "territorially discriminatory insults" against Napoli on Saturday.
The Lega Serie A has invoked the suspended sentence hanging over the club after the behaviour "by the majority of the fans occupying the sector" during the 0-0 draw, it said in a disciplinary statement.
Serie A officials heard the chants and reported them. That means Inter -- who almost had the same area of the stadium closed for the derby against AC Milan in December after chants from their fans at Napoli – must face the two-game punishment.
The Nerazzurri entertain Lazio on 11 May, with their first game at the San Siro next season also affected by the closure. They have also been fined 50,000 euros.