Lazio have been fined 20,000 euros after their fans racially abused Brescia striker, Mario Balotelli during Serie A match on Sunday.

The ruling came as the Serie A judge also asked for more details to be given to the Italian Football Federation prosecutor to determine if more sanctions should be given.

The match between Brescia and Lazio in which Balotelli scored the opening goal was temporarily halted and an announcement made urging Lazio fans to stop singing discriminating songs.

Balotelli took social media to slam those racist fans, telling them they should be ashamed of themselves.

Lazio also released a statement disassociating themselves from any form of racist abuse and strongly condemned the act.

“As always, Lazio dissociates in the most taxing way from the discriminatory behaviour carried out by a very small minority of fans during the match against Brescia.” The statement read.

“The club once again reiterates its condemnation of such unjustified misconduct and confirms its intent to prosecute those who in fact betray their sporting passion, causing serious damage to the image of the club.”