Moise Kean marred Juventus to a 2-0 win at Cagliari amidst Racist Chants on Tuesday in Serie A.
After the youngster scored in the 85th minute, racist chants were directed at him. The abusive attack was so disappointing that Cagliari captain Luca Ceppitelli rushed in to protect Mosie Kean and asked the Fans to stop. But, Kean was almost hit on the head by a bottle thrown from the stands.
Then, an announcement was also made over the stadium speaker instructing the fans to stop or the match would be suspended.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said “I won’t justify what happened, as usual, there were idiots and there were normal people, We need to find them and kick them out of the stadium … there are ways to do that, if they want to they can do it.”
WHY IT ALL STARTED?
Earlier, Kean celebrated in front of the Cagliari fans, standing in front of them with his arms outstretched, having been insulted by them for most of the match after being booked for simulation in the 20th minute.
Blaise Matuidi, the world cup winner came out in support of the teenager and tweeted this
Another Juventus Player Leonardo Bonucci looks at this with a different angle and said “Kean knows himself too that he could have done something else, There were racist boos after Kean’s celebration and (Blaise) Matuidi got angry but I think the blame is 50 and 50. Kean made a mistake and the fans made a mistake.
Finally, Kean gave his remark on this wrote “Weak people try to intimidate with hate. I am not a hater and can only be sorry for those who set bad examples. Football is a way to spread equality, passion, and inspiration and this is what I am here for. Peace.”
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