A judge says he needs more evidence before deciding if Cagliari ought to be punished for racist chants directed on Sunday at Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku.
Even the on-loan Manchester United striker was subjected to monkey chants through Inter’s 2-1 Serie A success in the audience.
In his weekly report, Serie A’s disciplinary judge Gerardo Mastrandrea didn’t use the word”racist” and referred only to”chants which were the subject of news articles and TV reports”.
Cagliari have pledged to recognize and prohibit the”ignorant” individuals guilty of”shameful activities”.
“Total solidarity into Romelu Lukaku as well as more profound commitment toward annihilating among the worst plagues that affects football and our world in general,” Cagliari said.
“Cagliari Football is requesting all that will assist you win a struggle that involves everyone. No one ”
Following the game on Sunday, Lukaku shared his own perspectives on social networking, stating soccer was”going backwards” on the issue of racism.
Everton forward Moise Kean was also subject to abuse after he played against Cagliari for Juventus last season, as was Blaise Matuidi annually earlier.
The Italian league did not sanction Cagliari for either incident, nor did they do when Sulley Muntari was abused by the fans of precisely the identical team in 2017.
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