Romelu Lukaku: Inter Milan striker claims abuse during Slavia Prague match and calls on UEFA to act
Romelu Lukaku has called on UEFA to act against racism.
The Inter Milan striker was on target in Inter’s 3-1 Champions League away win but afterwards said”the entire stadium” had employed racist chants against him along with team-mates.
Lukaku, who joined Inter from Manchester United over the summer, had been involved in all three goals and stated the chants happened on two events.
“I mentioned it when I was together with the national group,” that the Belgium international said in a meeting with Esporte Interativo.
“UEFA now must do some thing about it, because things like this in stadiums isn’t right. It happened together and that isn’t right with people.
“We’re in 2019, there are lots of players with several different nationalities within their groups.
“When there are people that for me are poor, at the stadium, that’s not a fantastic example for the children.
“I hope that UEFA currently do something about this because the whole stadium did it Lautaro (Martinez) scored the initial goal, which is not great for the people watching this game”