Once again there is a bad racism derailment in European professional football. Porto professional Moussa Marega is insulted in the game at ex-club Guimarães - and draws consequences.
- FC Porto Moussa Marega is hostile to the game at Vitoria Guimarães .
- The attacker from Mali defends himself, collects yellow and changes himself .
- After that there are allegations against opponents, referees - and his own teammates.
Guimarães / Porto - There was a scandal in Portugal's top league at the weekend: In the duel between Vitoria Guimarães and FC Porto, guest striker Moussa Marega became the victim of racial hostility after scoring the 2-1 final score in the second half.
FC Porto: scandal over striker of the next Leverkusen opponent
Shortly after he brought Bayer Leverkusen * 's next Europa League opponent onto the winning road, the striker had himself replaced in the 60th minute, apparently responding to racial insults . Videos of the turbulent events and the upset postage professional are circulating online:
The next racism scandal in football, this time in Portugal.
Porto striker Moussa #Marega leaves the field for monkey noises.
FIFA and UEFA must finally take action. Racists in the stands must be banned from the stadium for life. pic.twitter.com/aSnI6czfcv
FC Porto teammates and hosts also tried to calm the national player from Mali and persuade them to continue, but the upset 28-year-old was unable to keep the game going for minutes in heated discussions .
Moussa Marega ultimately changed himself and stuck his thumbs down on the way into the cabin, looking towards the grandstand. What also caused anger: When the attacker picked up a seat that was flying in his direction, the referee also punished him with the yellow card for this action ...
FC Porto Marega responds to hostility: "F *** dich"
After the racism scandal , the victim not only denounced the insults from the ranks , but also sharply criticized the referee . "I would like to say to these idiots who go to the stadium to utter racist screams: *** you," wrote Marega in late evening on Instagram in Portuguese:
Check out this post on Instagram
Gostaria apenas de dizer a esses idiotas que vêm ao estádio fazer gritos racistas ... vá se foder E também agradeço aos árbitros por probl me me defenderem e por terem me dado um cartão amarelo porque defendo minha cor da pele. Espero nunca mais Bäumen-lo em around campo de futebol! VOCÊ É UMA VERGONHA !!!!
A post shared by Moussa Marega (@ marega11) on Feb 16, 2020 at 12:32 pm PST
In addition to the slurs, Marega was annoyed by the fact that referee Luis Miguel Godinho warned him after the goal: "And I thank the referees for not defending me and showing me the yellow card because I defended my skin color," wrote the 28-year-old and described the referee as "shame".
Bizarre margin note: Marega was once active for Guimarães
As FC Porto coach Sérgio Conceição announced, his number 11 had been insulted by the Vitoria Bank since warming up. “We are a family, regardless of nationality, skin color, size, hair color. We are a family. We are people. We deserve respect. "
The bizarre side note: Moussa Marega has already laced up the soccer boots for Vitoria Guimarães and went quite successfully for the club in the 2016/17 season chasing goals.
The example of the third division game between Preußen Münster and the Würzburg Kickers shows that racism can also have a comparatively positive outcome: After guest player Leroy Kwadwo was insulted by an opposing fan , there was an exemplary reaction in the stadium. In the ZDF sports studio , he recently spoke about:
Racism incidents in football feel worse than better: A scandal had also overshadowed the cup round of 16 between Schalke 04 and Hertha BSC.
PF with dpa