Vlahovic gets yellow after being racially abused by Atalanta supporters

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Juventus forward Dusan Vlahovic Yellow card for celebrating his goal after he was yelled at by Atalanta supporters during last night’s Serie A UFABET game.

      Juventus forward Dusan Vlahovic was frustrated after receiving a yellow card for his reaction to racist abuse from Atalanta supporters , the Serbian striker linked with Aston Villa . Villa scored in stoppage time inlast night’s Serie A win as Juventus secured a 2-0 win, but he had to deal with the boos from the fans in Bear. Gamo can be heard shouting “Gypsy bastards” (a pejorative term referring to wandering bastards). or poor types, thieves, etc.) from the home cheerleaders And Vlahovic looked visibly frustrated as he reported the shout to referee Daniele Doveri.

Vlahovic gets yellow after being racially abused by Atalanta supporters

          a few minutes later He fired the ball into the top corner and vented his anger. During the goal celebration. Which the referee held up a yellow card for him Vlahovich reportedly said, “But didn’t you hear them?” to the referee, with Juve commenting on this in their match report. “In the end, the bad news today was a very clear shout by the audience towards Vlahovic. And then score some amazing goals on the counter.”

           This is similar to the one sent off by Romelu Lukaku in Inter’s game against Juventus in April. When the Belgian players responded by celebrating a goal in front of the fans. The home side after being racially abused throughout the game. He received a second yellow card for celebrating an excessive amount of goals. After last night’s game, Atalanta manager Gian Piero Gasperini spoke to the post-match interview after defending his supporters.

           “Racism must be condemned. But I have to point out that [Mario] Pasalic played in Atalanta and (Josip) Ilicic or Vlahovic’s ethnic group as well,” he said. Insults are caused by something else and should be taken into account. Racism is a very serious matter. But sometimes we get confused. Racism concerns everyone. Even our players ′′ Sometimes you have to know how to separate it (racism) from insults like ‘hey’ or ‘damn’. The people here.” “Disrespect is another matter and we should clarify it. And then there’s rudeness and that’s another. That one should be eliminated and fought as well. I was treated rudely every time I went to the bench.

A DAZN  reporter then challenged the 65-year-old coach, saying this was not harassment against any individual. It was racist. “Look, you’re completely off topic,” he replied. “You’re very wrong to say that. It’s a rude chorus aimed at a single player. Racism must be fought but not confused. We must not make the mistake of putting everything together. Because otherwise it would be total racism and it would be wrong.” Then Gasperini walked away.

          and the result of Juventus went on to win two games in a row with a 2-0 win at Atalanta with goals from young English star Samuel Eling Jr. and Dusan Vlahovic closing the box, making the Zebra team “Gathered up to 66 points and moved past Lazio to take second place in the crowd. Ready to cause Gasperini’s team to lose their first match in 4 rounds, still in 6th place on the table