Borussia Dortmund forward Michy Batshuayi has claimed that he was racially abused by Atalanta BC supporters during his side's recent Europa League clash with the Italian outfit. Batshuayi tweet right after the game and his social media post become viral in just a few minutes.
During the encounter, the Atalanta fans, who have had a tainted reputation of demoralizing players through racial slurs targeted the latest Dortmund recruit in a brutal way which didn't go down well with the player. The Belgium International will make return to Chelsea at the end of the season, when his loan deal at BVB will expire. Batshuayi took to Twitter and slammed those participating in the chants from the stands saying that he couldn't believe these things still happen in 2018.
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"If they did happen, then I am very sad and absolutely apologise to Batshuayi".
Atalanta were given a one-match stand closure last month, suspended for a year, after Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly was subjected to racist abuse.
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