Reuters – La Liga announced on Tuesday that it had filed charges against “relevant judicial, administrative and sporting bodies” in connection with the racist abuse of Real Madrid forward Vinicius Jr. It added that it would step up its efforts to identify abuse.
Vinicius was allegedly assaulted by a fan last week after being substituted in a Real Madrid match that Real Madrid won 2-0 at the Jose Zorrilla Stadium in Valladolid.
After videos on social media showed fans yelling and throwing things at him, Vinicius said LaLiga did nothing to racist fans during the match. condemned.
In a statement, La Liga said: “A criminal complaint of a hate crime has been filed with the Valladolid Magistrate’s Court. This is based on audiovisual evidence gathered in an investigation conducted through images and audio clips made available in open source. It’s backed up,” he said.
“La Liga has also asked the Magistrate’s Court of Valladolid to transfer the complaint to the Public Prosecutor’s Office for Hate Crime so that it can participate in this case.”
In a statement, the league said it would step up efforts to “eliminate all forms of violence, racism and xenophobia inside and outside stadiums.”
La Liga will “increase the number of La Liga Integrity Officers present at matches where there is a risk of racist insults to detect and identify this type of behavior to the greatest possible extent. has no place,” said La Liga.
“Furthermore, in stadiums where racist acts may be committed in the stands, messages will be broadcast via public address systems and billboards surrounding the pitch to combat and condemn racism. will be
(Reporting by Aadi Nair, Bangalore; Editing by Christian Radnedge)