The heavy offenses received by the Juventus striker in Bergamo caused a sensation. In a video posted on social media, the attitude of some ‘goddess’ players stands out who listen to those chants and indulge in an unequivocal mimicry.
The reaction of the ‘goddess’ players to the racist chants of the fans towards Vlahovic.
What’s left of Juventus–Atalanta? There are some images that have gone unnoticed with respect to the fuss raised by the racist insults directed by Bergamo fans at Dusan Vlahovicchasing the referee Duties (who stalks the player and then admonishes him for his reaction and exultation after doubling), to the distinction made by the coach Gasperini, to the controversies that accompanied that situation very similar to what he suffered Luke of Inter at the Allianz Stadium, to the precedent of the “pardon” granted by the federal president, Gabriel Gravinato the Belgian striker.
The referee Doveri watches Vlahovic who rejoices after the goal.
In a video posted on Tik Tok, the accompanying screams certainly arouse blame (“you are a gypsy! you are a gypsy” is shouted at the targeted Serbian attacker) but the perspective of the field, facilitated by the position of the stands where the recovery is made, also offers the possibility of focusing attention on a detail: the attitude of some players of the ‘goddess ‘ who listen to those chants and indulge in an unequivocal mimicry.
The match director, Doveri, warns Vlahovic for the exultation in Bergamo.
There are at least three of those who appear in the short sequence and take positions: they turn towards the warmest sector of Nerazzurri supporters and, with fairly clear gestures, invite them to stop (two of them wave, raise their arms and wave them as if to say “enough , that’s enough… stop.) It won’t help, considering the echo of those slogans inside the stadium. It won’t help despite the brief suspension of the match ordered by the match director as per the regulations and the message broadcast over the loudspeakers of the Gewiss Stadium.
Shortly before the second goal Vlahovic, who had heard those expressions but had kept them inside trying to stay focused only on the match, had responded by venting all his repressed anger by bringing his index finger in front of his mouth and then running towards his bench submerged in the embrace of his teammates, except for receiving the yellow card from Doveri.
Will the Football Federation intervene against him and “grace” him as happened with Lukaku? Then the FIGC decided to amend that provision because the Belgian, already warned, would have been disqualified for the next match (the return semi-final of the Italian Cup) causing objective and immediate damage to the team. And Gravina pardoned him. Meanwhile, he has shown solidarity with the club and the player. It is not the first time Vlahovic has been verbally attacked by such epithets: it happened to him in the Italian Cup against Fiorentina and against Inter itself at the San Siro.
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