Brescia have been hit with a partial stadium closure following racial abuse aimed at Juventus’ Miralem Pjanic, although the punishment is suspended.The midfielder hit the winning goal in a 2-1 victory for the Serie A champions on Tuesday but was reportedly subjected to chants of “zingaro”, which in English translates as “gypsy”.Bosnia-Herzegovina international Pjanic subsequently condemned “demented racists” in a post on Instagram about the incident. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? Are Chelsea this season’s Ajax? Super-subs Batshuayi & Pulisic show Blues can dare to dream Time for another transfer? Giroud’s Chelsea spell set to end like his Arsenal career Serie A disciplinary chiefs stated in a bulletin on Friday that Brescia’s ‘Curva Nord’ section of their stadium would be closed for one home game; however, it added that the punishment has been suspended for a period of 12 months.Earlier this season, Cagliari avoided punishment from the league after Inter striker Romelu Lukaku was racially abused.Lukaku was subjected to monkey chants, yet it was ruled by the sporting justice panel of the Italian FA that there was too much shouting and whistling to identify the “discriminatory” nature.Former Juventus striker Moise Kean also suffered the same abuse at Cagliari last season, before joining Everton this summer.The recent Serie A game between Atalanta and Fiorentina was also suspended for a short period after racist insults were aimed at Viola defender Dalbert.Roma this week banned a fan for life after sending Juan Jesus racist messages via social media.Dear @ASRomaEN, we’re all on the same side. Together, we’re building the Serie A TIM team against racism: we’ve been eagerly awaiting the name of your Ambassador for 3 weeks!— Lega Serie A (@SerieA_EN) September 27, 2019″Are you really serious about tackling racism in Italian football, @SerieA? It’s time for zero tolerance,” Roma posted on Twitter on Friday.The Lega Serie A account replied, suggesting Roma had been slow off the mark themselves in one respect, stating: “Dear @ASRomaEN, we’re all on the same side. Together, we’re building the Serie A TIM team against racism: we’ve been eagerly awaiting the name of your ambassador for three weeks!”Juventus trail early league leaders Inter by two points as they seek to retain their domestic title despite what appears to be a serious challenge from Antonio Conte’s side. The Bianconeri host SPAL 2013 in their next league outing, before a Champions League meeting with Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen.