Liverpool are furious, 3 of their players are victims of racism on social media

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Liverpool condemned the racist attacks on social media that befell three of its players. Naby Keita, Sadio Mane and Trent Alexander-Arnold who are the victims.

Racism attacks on Keita, Mane and Alexander-Arnold occurred after Liverpool met Real Madrid in fight Champions League, Wednesday (7/4/2021). The Reds give up 1-3 at hand The whites.

The three players were accused of being responsible for Liverpool’s defeat to Madrid. Some disappointed fans vented their anger through racism attacks on social media.

Naby Keita’s upload was attacked by racism from an irresponsible account. (Photo: Instagram @nabykeitadeco)

Recent uploads Naby Keita on Instagram gets lots of monkey and banana emojis on the comments page. Similar comments are also found on account posts Sadio Mane and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

The club responded immediately to racist attacks on Keita, Mane and Alexander-Arnold. Through his official statement, Liverpool condemned the act which he considered ‘disgusting’.

Liverpool also called on social media platforms to do more in terms of tightening the rules. Demands The Reds it has reportedly been accepted by Facebook as the owner of Instagram.

Launch Sky Sports News, Facebook is currently investigating this issue. The social media platform from the United States is expected to be able to reduce racial attacks on athletes in cyberspace.

“Once again we sadly discussed the disgusting racial abuse the morning after the match. It is completely unacceptable and must be stopped,” reads the statement. Liverpool.

“The current situation cannot be allowed to continue and it is the duty of all of us to ensure that it does not happen again,” he stressed.

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