“We express full solidarity” Chairman Infantino supports Vinicius who was ‘racist’

While Real Madrid striker Vinicius Junior (22, Brazil) suffered racial discrimination from Valencia fans, in addition to football celebrities, Gianni Infantino (53, Switzerland), FIFA president came out in support

Vinicius suffered racial discrimination during the 35th round of the Spanish Primera Liga away match against Valencia held at the Estadio de Mestaya in Valencia, Spain on the 22nd (Korean time). On this day, from the moment he got off the bus, he heard a racist remark called “monkey” from Valencia fans, and he had to hear racist remarks even on the ground.

In particular, around the 23rd minute of the second half, Vinicius clashed with Valencia fans behind the goal post, and in the process he was severely racist. In response, he ran to the referee Ricardo de Burgos Bengoechea (37, Spain) to protest, and his Real Madrid colleagues also came forward to appeal. After that, the situation seemed to be settled, but Valencia fans threw lighters and collided again.

“This is not the first time I have been racist,” Vinicius said on social media after the match. “I think racism is normal in La Liga. I think I will fight against racism until the end.”

Coach Carlo Ancelotti (63, Italy) said, “Vinicius is a victim. Even in the face of racial discrimination, he endured and played. But the racism continued,” he said. La Liga should try to solve the problem,” he said.

Not only that, but football celebrities such as Ronaldo (46, Brazil) and Rio Ferdinand (44, England), as well as the Brazilian government and the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF), said, “We will never tolerate racial discrimination against Vinicius.” We will actively cooperate and work hard to prevent this from happening.”

And FIFA President Infantino also issued a statement saying, “I express my full solidarity and support to Vinicius, who suffered racism. There is no place for racism in football or society, and I will support and help all players in this situation.” did.토토사이트

On the other hand, La Liga said about this incident, “We have requested all information we can use to investigate what happened. Once the investigation is complete and a hate crime confirmed, we will take appropriate legal action.” We will also investigate scenes of discriminatory insults.”

However, La Liga President Javier Tebas (60, Spain) said, “I tried to explain what La Liga could do about racism, but Vinicius did not appear twice on the promised date. Before criticizing and insulting La Liga, You have to know what you know,” he said, revealing his uncomfortable planting.

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