Juventus HIT AGAIN For Racial Attack On Romelu Lukaku!

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Juventus have suffered a nother hit as Serie A finally take action on Romelu Lukaku racial attack, MySportDab reports.

The Serie A giants came under widespread criticism during the heated Coppa Italia clash against Inter Milan.

The game which ended on a 1-1 draw descended into chaos after Romelu Lukaku scored the equaliser in stoppage-time through a spotkick.

After netting the equaliser, Romelu Lukaku celebrated holding up his lips with his fingers in front of Juventus fans.

While the shushing celebration is normal, Juventus fans took offense and hurled racial abuses on Romelu Lukaku.

After the game, there were calls for Italian football authorities to mete out appropriate punishment to Juventus for the uncouth behavior of their fans.

Romelu Lukaku personally took to his Instagram handle to call out Italian football authorities not to let the incident go unpunished.

He cited an instance he was racially abused by Cagliari fans in 2019 but nothing was done by the authorities.

Now, reports reaching us have confirmed Italian football authorities have finally yielded to pressure and punish Juventus after the racial abuse on Romelu Lukaku.


The Serie A have ruled ‘the Tribuna Sud section of Juventus’ Allianz Stadium with a capacity of 5,000 will not be opened for the match against Napoli on April 23.

Inter Milan have spoken out and condemned the racial abuse on Romelu Lukaku, reiterating their stand against racism.

They have pledged to collaborate with security operatives to fish out erring fans who hurled abuse on Lukaku.

Meanwhile, it is the second time they have been hit this season by Italian football authorities after they were deducted 10 points for financial misconduct.

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