Racism towards AC Milan goalkeeper Meignan Udinese game suspended for about 10 minutes

During the Italian professional soccer Serie A match between AC Milan and Udinese, the game was stopped for about 10 minutes due to a spectator’s racist behavior toward a player.AC Milan’s goalkeeper Mike Maignan suffered racial discrimination from a spectator during the 2023-2024 Serie A 21st round away game against Udinese held at the Blue Energy Stadium in Udine, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy on the 21st (Korean time).According to the BBC, right after AC Milan’s Rubin Loftusczyk scored the first goal in the 31st minute of the first half, the Udinese home crowd made racist remarks toward Meignan.

Meignan reported the damage to the referee, and the game was stopped as Meigne and the AC Milan team withdrew from the ground. About 10 minutes later, the players returned to the ground and the game resumed, and AC Milan defeated Udinese 3-2 thanks to Noah Okafor’s goal just before the end of the game.After the game, AC Milan expressed solidarity with Meignan, a victim of racism, by saying on the club’s social media (SNS), “There is no place for racism in our game,” and saying, “We are with you, Mike.”

Serie A also strongly criticized it on social media, saying, “We condemn all forms of racial discrimination. We are appalled.” Meanwhile, the game was tense with both teams trading scores.In the 31st minute of the first half, AC Milan took the lead with Loftusczyk’s right-footed shot, and in the 42nd minute of the first half, right after the game resumed, Udinese’s Lazar Samardzic tied the score with a left-footed shot.

In the 17th minute of the second half when the two teams were tied 1-1, AC Milan, who lost the game due to a left-footed shot from Udinese’s Florian Thauvin, regained the balance with Luka Jovic’s diving header in the 37th minute of the second half.Then, just before the end of the game, Okafor completed a 3-2 comeback with a dramatic right-footed shot.AC Milan is in 3rd place in Serie A 카지노사이트킹 with 45 points.Udinese remains in 17th place with 18 points.

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