With a tweet published on its official "Twitter" profile, the company Slavia Praga hurled itself at Romelu Lukaku after his words about the racist choruses suffered during Slavia Prague-Inter, a challenge valid for the Champions League, played Wednesday night.
ATTACKS TO THE SENDER – The controversy for racist choruses against Romelu Lukaku on the occasion of Slavia Praga-Inter , Champions League challenge staged on Wednesday night and won for 1-3 by the Nerazzurri. At the end of the race, the Belgian number nine had spoken out, denouncing the incident, referring especially to the moment after Lautaro Martinez's first goal that opened the scoring. The Czech company wanted to respond in kind to its statements, denying any possible racist chorus with this tweet: “We totally reject any accusation about racially motivated choirs from the entire stadium. We have analyzed the available material again and nothing confirms Lukaku's statement. Just as we apologize for the behavior of individuals, it would be appropriate for Lukaku to apologize for his words. "
NO CHOIR – No chorus of racist matrix towards him, therefore, according to what Slavia Praga reports after having analyzed images and audio available. It remains to be seen whether UEFA will take further steps or not.
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