Italy's Orsato to oversee Champions League final
UEFA have confirmed that Daniele Orsato will referee the 2020 UEFA Champions League final between Paris Saint-Germain and FC Bayern Munich in Lisbon.
The 44-year-old Italian Orsato will officiate his first major UEFA final, having already overseen eight matches in the Champions League this season, including Real Madrid’s round of 16 first leg against Manchester City in February.
Orsato has also refereed a quarter-final match at the current UEFA Europa League final tournament between finalists Sevilla and Premier League outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers and last season was the fourth official for the UEFA Europa League final between Chelsea and Arsenal.
Official: italian Orsato will be the ref of Champions League final Bayern-PSG— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) August 20, 2020
For Sunday's show-piece final, the Italian will be assisted by countrymen Lorenzo Manganelli and Alessandro Giallatini. The fourth official will be Ovidiu Hațegan from Romania. The video assistant referee (VAR) role has been assigned to Massimiliano Irrati and he will be helped by fellow Italian Marco Guida. Spaniards Roberto Diaz Pérez del Palomar and Alejandro Hernández Hernández complete the VAR line-up.
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