- Juventus forward subjected to racist abuse during a 2-0 win
- Sterling hits out after Bonucci says blame is ‘50-50’
Raheem Sterling led the condemnation of Juventus’s Leonardo Bonucci after the Italian defender claimed the blame for the racist abuse aimed at his teammate Moise Kean during the team’s 2-0 win in Cagliari on Tuesday was “50-50”.
“All you can do now is laugh,” wrote Sterling on Instagram in response to Bonucci’s comments, which came after Juve’s teenage forward Kean was subjected to racist abuse by Cagliari fans during the Serie A game at the Sardegna Arena in which Kean scored the second goal. Lyon forward Memphis Depay echoed Sterling’s sentiments in a tweet to Bonucci that said: “I am disappointed in your reaction … We will not be quiet! #SayNoToRacism.”
Source: Football News
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