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Football: racist insult, Valencia defender leaves the pitch


It happened in Diakhaby against Cadiz. Match stopped for 20 '(ANSA)

Very bad episode today during the match between Cadiz and Valencia, valid for the day of La Liga.

On 31 minutes of the first half, at 1-1, the French defender of Valencia Mouctar Diakhaby began to argue animatedly with an opponent, Juan Cala del Cadiz.

The other Valencia player Gabriel Paulista also rushed in, immediately nervous, while Diakhaby was booked.

In the excitement of the incident Diakhaby then explained to the referee and his teammates that he was called "negro di m ..." by Cala, and then left the pitch, followed by the other Valencia players.

    The game was suspended for 20 minutes, and Valencia seemed unwilling to return to the pitch.

Then, according to what was learned from some Spanish media present, a fact later confirmed by Valencia via social media, Diakhaby convinced his teammates to return to the field, without him (replaced by Guillamon), to avoid a 3-0 defeat at Valencia. at the table.

The game then resumed, and Cadiz won it 2-1.

Marcos Mauro, who at the beginning of the second half had taken the place of Cala at the beginning of the second half, scored, with a header in the final minutes, the goal of the victory of the hosts.

    "The team has reunited, and has decided to return to the pitch to defend our colors and our symbol, but Valencia CF strongly condemns racism in all its forms. NO TO RACISM", the Valencia tweet.

At the end of the game, the side of the guests Gayà told 'Movistar +' that "Diakhaby has received a very bad insult, I am sorry for him that he was very sorry. Yet he asked us to return to the field, and we did. But we did. what happened is not good. "

Source: ansa

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