Vinícius Jr: Real Madrid star says LaLiga ‘doing nothing’ over racist abuse


Real Madrid ahead Vinícius Jr. accused LaLiga of “doing nothing” about racism at matches after the Brazil star seemed to be racially abused throughout Real’s 2-0 win at Real Valladolid on Friday.

“Racists still keep going to the stadiums and keep following closely the biggest club in the world and the Liga keeps doing nothing about it,” the Real star wrote on Twitter on Saturday.

“I shall keep my head held high and will keep celebrating my victories and those of Real Madrid.”

Movies on social media confirmed some followers shouting abuse and throwing objects on the 22-year-old as he walked behind the purpose after being substituted.

In an announcement, LaLiga mentioned it had recognized “racist insults” posted on social media by some followers on the Estadio de Zorrilla and that the offenses will probably be reported to the Anti-Violence Fee and the Public Prosecutor’s Workplace for hate crimes.

The assertion learn: “LaLiga will continue to lead the fight against the scourge of racism, xenophobia and intolerance in sport, not only with words but also with actions …”

In September 2022, racist chanting from a gaggle of Atletico Madrid followers in direction of Vinícius Jr. was caught on digicam forward of the Madrid derby.

That very same month Vinícius Jr. had condemned what he described as racist criticism he had obtained for his dancing purpose celebrations.