Brazil to face two African teams as part of Vinicius Junior’s anti-racism campaign

Brazil will play friendlies against two African countries as part of an anti-racism campaign in support of his Real Madrid striker Vinicius Junior , who has faced racial abuse in La Liga games this season. This is reported by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).

The five-time world champions will face Guinea on June 17 in Barcelona, ​​followed by Senegal in Lisbon three days later.

Vinicius during the match of the 35th day of the Spanish championship against Valencia (0-1) was insulted by the supporters in the stands, at the end of the meeting, the player received a red card. After the match, the Brazilian wrote on social media that ‘racism in La Liga is a common phenomenon’.

Source : MatchTV

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