The Roma boss was unhappy after Juve were handed a spot-kick on the 27th minute after Andrea Pirlo’s free-kick was handled by Maicon.
On first glance it appears the defender was outside the box but Rocci wasted no time pointing to the spot.
And that led to Garcia and his imaginary violin – interpreted by some as the Frenchman claiming the referee was giving Juve a helping hand:
Rudi Garcia, was sent off for pretending to play the violin as Juventus were rewarded a dubious penalty – https://t.co/1hXKmnfERG
— Dan Murphy (@Murbroski) October 5, 2014
If you’re unaware, Juve are regularly associated with receiving favourable decisions from referees by some sections of the Italian game.