After the UEFA Champions League game against Real Madrid
TAfter Liverpool lost 3-1 to Real Madrid, Alexander-Arnold and Naby Keita were racist insults on social media. Both football players are victims of Instagram. Before the game, Keita received monkey emojis in a post in Liverpool, and Alexander-Arnold also received these emojis in a post on Sunday.
A Liverpool spokesperson reported that the club is “investigating the terrible racial abuse they suffered in the match against Real Madrid.” The spokesperson said: “This is totally unacceptable and must be stopped. Liverpool condemns all kinds of discrimination, and we will continue to work hard to achieve tolerance.”
Racial abuse of football players in social networks Has become standard practice in the UK Some celebrities such as Thierry Henry responded to this. They closed their accounts until the problem was resolved.
The Premier League, together with other English football organizations, required effective responses to social media platforms a few months ago to avoid continuous abuse of players.