Victim of racist screams during the match between Vitora Guimaraes and FC Porto, Moussa Marega decided to leave the field before the end of the match. Restrained by his teammates who tried to calm him down, the Malian international sent a finger of honor to the supporters of the local team before returning to the locker room tired and furious.
These are scenes we hate to see on a football field. And yet, in the match between Vitoria Guimaraes and FC Porto, the Malian striker Moussa Marega was the victim of racist shouts. Furious at the attitude of the home team supporters, the Porto striker decided to return to the locker room. Restrained by his teammates who tried to calm him down, the player still returned to the locker room, even extending a finger of honor to the supporters before leaving the field.
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As a reminder, the Malian international played during a season at Vitoria Guimaraes. He left very fond memories of his former club, who had scored 14 goals in 31 games before joining FC Porto. A shameful attitude on the part of these supporters for their former player.
Exasperated, angry, not calmed by his teammates or by the words of his coach Sergio Conceiçao, Moussa Marega left the field in the 71st minute, under the bronca of the Guimaraes stadium, following racist cries against him. pic.twitter.com/01EHDMkV4Q
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VIDEO. Victim of racist cries in the middle of a match, Moussa Marega decides to leave the fieldOuest-France.fr