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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Mario Balotelli kicked the ball into the crowd and threatened to walk off the pitch following racist abuse during Brescia’s defeat by Hellas Verona.

Play was suspended after Italy striker Balotelli, 29, picked up the ball in the 54th-minute.

Brescia team-mates and the officials persuaded him to stay on the field.

Balotelli wrote on Instagram: “The ‘people’ of this curva who made the monkey chants. Shame on you, shame on you, shame on you.”

The former Manchester City and Liverpool striker included a video of some supporters making the chants in his Instagram Stories.

He added: “In front of your children, wives, relatives, parents, friends and acquaintances… shame.

 

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