Moise Kean: Juventus teenage striker suffers racist abuse at Cagliari




Juventus’ Moise Kean (proper) is comforted by team-mate Joao Cancelo

Juventus’ Italian teenage ahead Moise Kean reacted defiantly after struggling racist abuse from the stands throughout Tuesday’s Serie A match at Cagliari.

The 19-year-old, born to Ivorian mother and father, held his arms aloft after scoring Juve’s second within the 2-Zero win, seemingly in response to the chants, however was subjected to additional abuse.

Workforce-mate Blaise Matuidi protested to the referee and threatened to stroll off.

Matuidi complained in 2018 he suffered racist abuse on the identical stadium.

The France midfielder later posted a photograph of himself and Kean on Instagram with the caption: “BIANCO + NERI (white and black) #NoToRacism.”

After Kean scored within the 85th minute, play was stopped for about three minutes and a warning was broadcast to the gang – step one within the three-step process which in the end results in the groups being led off the sector.

Cagliari captain Luca Ceppitelli went over to the house followers behind the aim, interesting for the chants to cease,

Earlier on Tuesday, Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin requested referees to be “courageous” and cease matches if there was abuse from “loud, aggressive and primitive” individuals.

Serie A leaders Juventus are actually 18 factors away from second-placed Napoli and want simply 10 factors for an eighth straight Serie A title.

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