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Euro 2020, Wijnaldum: “Racist insults? Stop the game”


Racist insults? Stop the game. Georginio Wijnaldum, Dutch midfielder, outspoken in the days leading up to the eighth final of Euro 2020 against the Czech Republic. Wijnaldum has no intention of tolerating offenses, after the insults that would have rained on Karim Benzema and Kylian Mbappè in Budapest, where France drew 2-2 with Portugal. “If it happens to me too, I will ask the referee to suspend the game, UEFA must protect the players and I do not rule out the possibility of leaving the pitch,” said the midfielder. Wijnaldum is very active on the rights front: in fact in Budapest he too will wear a rainbow sash to express support for the LGBT community: “Everyone should be free to be what they are, but unfortunately this is not the case”.



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