(BBCWORLDINFO)-Juventus defender applied scientist Bonucci has aforesaid he was “misunderstood” and “too hasty” in voice communication mate Moise actor was partially to blame for the racist abuse the juvenile suffered throughout a Serie A match on Tues By Aimee Lewis, CNN
Immediately when Juve’s 2-0 persuade Cagliari, Bonucci had aforesaid actor — UN agency had control his arms aloft ahead of the house fans when grading the second goal of the match — had to require “50-50 of the blame” for the abuse he was subjected to.
The 19-year-old, born in Italian Republic to Ivorian folks, had to endure monkey chants from some Cagliari fans throughout the sport with the abuse intensifying once he scored when eighty five minutes.
“Moise shouldn’t have done that and also the Curva [fans] shouldn’t have reacted in this manner,” the defender told Sky Sports Italian Republic on Tues.
But in associate Instagram post on Wed evening, Bonucci said: “After twenty four hours i need to clarify my feelings.
“Yesterday [Tuesday] i used to be interviewed right at the tip of the sport, and my words are clearly misunderstood, most likely as a result of i used to be too hasty within the manner I expressed my thoughts.
“Hours and years would not be enough to speak concerning this subject. I firmly condemn all types of racism and discrimination. The abuses don’t seem to be acceptable in the least and this should not be misunderstood.”
Sterling leads condemnation
On Tuesday, England and Manchester City star Raheem Sterling led the criticism of the defender’s remarks, posting on Instagram: “All you can do now is laugh,” while English rapper Stormzy has also lambasted Bonucci on the same social media platform.
Netherlands and Lyon forward Memphis Depay directly addressed Bonucci on Twitter, posting: “I am disappointed in your reaction … We will not be quiet!” and Eni Aluko, who plays for Juventus’s women team, tweeted: “I choose to support my Juve counterpart not blame him.”
Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, former Juventus defender Patrice Evra were also among those voicing their support for the teenager who is regarded as one of the rising stars in Italian football.
“The best way to respond to racism,” Kean had written on Instagram after the match, aside a picture of himself with arms outstretched.
Much traveled striker Mario Balotelli, who in February told ESPN that racism in Italy was much worse than in any other country he had played in, commented on the picture, saying: “Bravo. Bonucci is lucky that I wasn’t there. Instead of defending you he does this? I am shocked.”