In Slavia Prague-Inter Wednesday evening Lukaku denounced racist chants against him (see article). As reported by the newspaper "La Gazzetta dello Sport", UEFA has already decided how to move following the Belgian attacker's report.
TOLERANCE (NOT) ZERO – UEFA has decided not to open an investigation into Slavia Prague-Inter , although Romelu Lukaku said he was a victim of racist chants. According to "La Gazzetta dello Sport", through its official website, neither the UEFA delegate present at Eden Aréna nor the referees, led by the disputed Polish Szymon Marciniak , realized racist incidents in the Champions League match . Several times it has been reported how the international federation uses the heavy hand on racism, but this time it has decided not to intervene. Slavia Prague will therefore not be investigated, Lukaku's denunciation of Esporte Interativo after Slavia Prague-Inter will remain in the void.
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