La Liga president apologizes for Vinicius’ hostility: – It wasn’t supposed to be

La Liga president apologizes for Vinicius’ hostility: – It wasn’t supposed to be

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Significant: Real Madrid cut its distance from racism by wearing Vinicius’ uniform before the match against Rayo Vallecano on Wednesday.

(Real Madrid – Rayo Vallecano 2-1) Javier Tebas came under fire after the Brazilian superstar responded to accusations of racism – and now the president has apologized.


Following Real Madrid’s meeting with Valencia, which stopped for ten minutes after that aperop and racism Harassment from Valencia fans in the direction of Vinicius, the Brazilian took to Instagram with this message:

– Racism is normal in La Liga (…) The championship that once belonged to Ronaldinho, Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi now belongs to the racists (…) I apologize to the Spaniards who are not, but today, in Brazil, Spain is known as the country of racists, and some of them were Vinicius wrote in one longer message.

Afterwards, La Liga president Tebas responded on Twitter:

– Before you criticize and insult La Liga, it is necessary to educate yourself properly, Vinicius. Don’t let yourself be manipulated and make sure you understand the skills of others and the work we’ve done together The answer is for Javier Tebas.

Sorry: La Liga President Javier Tebas

The statement prompted Vinicius to respond in this way on Twitter:

Once again the president attacks me instead of criticizing the racists.

I say now Thepas he He regrets the comment and offers an apology to Vinícius.

– I think my message, the intention, was not understood by the main party, especially in Brazil, says Tebas ESPN Brazil.

– I don’t want to attack Vinicius, but many interpreted it that way. I must apologise. Tebas says, it was never the intention, I explained myself badly.

Vinicius was not in the squad when Real Madrid faced Rayo Vallecano on Wednesday. Los Blancos won 2-1 after goals from Karim Benzema and Rodrygo.

Before the match against Rayo Vallecano on Wednesday, Real Madrid players appeared in Vinicius’ shirts and held up a banner that read, “Racists are far from football.”

Solidarity: Rodrigo scored his support for compatriot Vinicius by raising his fist in the air after the score was 2-1.

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