The game was decided by an extremely dubious Robinho penalty, as replays show the ball struck Mauricio Isla on the ribs rather than the arm.
"The designator, unsure of how else to complicate his life and that of others, chooses referee Rizzoli for Milan-Juve without taking into consideration what happened in the past," wrote former Juve director general Moggi in Libero.
"(Nicola) Rizzoli, used as a goal-line judge, caused all sorts of trouble and always in favour of Juve. Don't forget the Italian Super Cup with Napoli, Catania-Juventus and Juve-Inter - all very recent games.
"The first to be embarrassed by this situation will be Rizzoli, as stepping on to the field with the 'aura of Juventus influence' can prompt him to make opposite decisions compared to beforehand out of a sense of uncertainty.
"Some are even suggesting Rizzoli was sent on purpose to damage Juve. I don't want to believe such a thing, but we do have to ask ourselves how this sport works to understand why every week there is some controversy to calm down..."