European football's governing body said after its disciplinary body had met in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday that of these six matches, the last two are under a probationary period of three years according to Article 15 bis of the disciplinary regulations.
'Original sanction to be executed'
"This means that if a further offence is committed during the probationary period, the disciplinary body may order the original sanction to be executed, in addition to disciplinary sanctions for the second offence," UEFA stated. In addition, Inter have been fined CHF 300,000.
The quarter-final second leg has been awarded to Milan as a 3-0 forfeit and Milan therefore go through to the semi-finals on a 5-0 aggregate. An appeal against any of these decisions can be submitted within three days from the receipt of the written grounds.
'Sending out a message'
"The decision taken by the Control and Disciplinary Body sends out a message to all those in football and football fans that this kind of behaviour at European matches under UEFA jurisdiction is something that will not be tolerated," UEFA spokesman Rob Faulkner told uefa.com after the verdict had been announced.
'Not good enough'
"The scenes that we saw on Tuesday which led to the interruption of the match due to fans' misbehaviour is not the kind of thing that UEFA wants to see," he added.
Tuesday night's game at the Giuseppe Meazza was abandoned in the 75th minute after missiles were thrown on to the pitch, with one striking Milan goalkeeper Dida. Milan, who won the first leg 2-0 last week, had scored a 30th-minute goal through Andriy Shevchenko to increase their aggregate lead, but shortly after Nerazzurri midfield player Esteban Cambiasso had a goal disallowed, German referee Markus Merk decided to suspend the match and take both sets of players off the field and into the dressing rooms.
An attempt to resume the game was made. But within seconds, further objects landed on the pitch and the referee immediately abandoned the match.
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