1050 GMT August 10, 2020
Gasperini saw his side give away two penalties, both for handball, which allowed Serie A leader Juventus twice to fight back from behind, Reuters reported.
Both handballs were accidental, as first Marten de Roon and then Luis Muriel were struck at point-blank range, but because of the position of their arms, the referee had little option but to award a spot-kick each time.
“Those are the rules, well, at least, in Italy,” said Gasperini. “What do we do, cut off the player’s arms?”
“That’s not the first penalty given like that, there have been so many. Is the rule interpreted like that in any other league in the world? We need to change the way we interpret the rules.”
The draw kept Atalanta third in the table, nine points behind Juventus, with six games each left to play.
“We did really well against the league leader,” he said.
“I’m very happy with the performance and very disappointed not to have won.”
Gasperini said that, even if Atalanta had closed the gap on Juventus to six points, it could not have won the title.
“The Juve title can’t get away,” he said. “I believe that the Scudetto no longer had history but for us it was a prestigious race and a way to test ourselves for the Champions League quarterfinals where we want to make a good impression.”
Atalanta faces Paris St. Germain in the Champions League quarters, which will take place over one leg in Lisbon in August.
‘Champion with head’
Meanwhile, Maurizio Sarri praised the "incredible" Cristiano Ronaldo after the star's pair of penalties against Atalanta.
The Portugal international cancelled out Duvan Zapata's opener before securing a point in the 90th minute after Ruslan Malinovskiy had restored Atalanta's lead, goal.com reported.
Sarri hailed Ronaldo's ability to handle the pressure.
"He is a champion with his feet but also with his head," Sarri told a news conference.
"He manages to handle the pressures he has on him in an incredible way."
Sarri felt Juventus deserved its point, with its busy run of fixtures continuing against Sassuolo on Wednesday.
"Tonight's point was sweaty and deserved. We drew against one of the best teams in Europe, and it's a very important result," he said.
"Merit goes to a second half of quality, in which we attacked Atalanta higher, while focusing on their physical decline, and we scored goals in our best moment.”