Racism Again Towards Real Madrid’s Vinicius Junior

Racism Again Towards Real Madrid’s Vinicius Junior… This Time, ‘Children’

The league secretariat has launched an investigation after it was discovered that Vinicius Junior,

a goal scorer for Spanish professional soccer team Real Madrid,

was subjected to racial discrimination by a ‘child’.

Sports media outlet ‘The Athletic’ reported on the 4th (Korean time) that the La Liga Secretariat is investigating racial discrimination that occurred during the 27th round match between Real Madrid and Valencia in the 2023-2024 Spanish La Liga season. 카지노사이트킹

During the game held at the Mestalla Stadium in Valencia the day before,

a video was posted on social media of a child in the stands mocking Vinicius by calling him a ‘monkey’.

When ‘ESPN Brazil’ posted this video, the controversy grew.

Vinicius, a black man from Brazil who shows an unrivaled sense of goal in La Liga,

has many experiences of being the victim of racial discrimination.

Of the cases of racial discrimination against Vinicius Junior over the past year and a half,

only about 10 have been made known to the world through reports.

In particular, this is not the first time that Valencia fans have suffered damage.

Vinicius also had to hear the sound of a ‘monkey’ during the Valencia expedition in May last year.

At the time, Vinicius posted a criticism on social media, saying,

“Racial discrimination has become routine in La Liga,”

and the issue of racial discrimination in soccer became a topic of global debate.

At the time, the La Liga secretariat imposed a disciplinary action against Valencia,

partially closing its home stadium for five games and imposing a fine of 45,000 euros (approximately 65 million won).

Real Madrid drew 2-2 with Valencia in the 27th round.

Vinicius saved Real Madrid from defeat by scoring consecutive goals in extra time in the first half and in the 31st minute of the second half.

He did a goal celebration by raising his right fist,

which is said to be meant to protest against racial discrimination.

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