Vinicius fights racism!

Vinicius fights racism!

Last Sunday, Real Madrid lost 0-1 to Valencia in La Liga, but that match, first of all, was remembered for the racist scandal surrounding Los Blancos’ leading striker Vinicius Junior!

Throughout the match, Valencia fans repeatedly provoked the Brazilian on racial grounds, thus continuing the far from the most successful trend of the current La Liga campaign. Let us remind you that similar situations happened with Vinicius in meetings with Atlético, Cadiz and Mallorca. Unable to withstand the tension, in the injury time for the second half, the Brazilian got into a fight with the Los Ches players and was rightly shown a red card from the referee. Leaving for the locker room, Junior showed insulting gestures to the fans of Valencia, and on social media he gave an emotional speech about what had happened.

The Brazilian complains that there are many problems with racism in Spain, which have spread to sports. If earlier, according to him, local football was associated with Ronaldo, Messi, Ronaldo and Ronaldinho, now he is bogged down in scandals. 22-year-old Vinicius promises to fight this injustice, in which he was supported by almost all of his Real Madrid partners, as well as PSG forward Kylian Mbappe.

However, the head of La Liga, Javier Tebas, has a completely different opinion. He firmly believes that his organization is in full control of all issues with racism, and the Brazilian's complaints are just manipulation and an attempt to attract additional attention to himself. In addition, Tebas twice invited the 22-year-old athlete to talk about his issue, but both times the Brazilian ignored those events.

Against the backdrop of the current situation, Vinicius Junior's inner circle recommends that he change his club registration, even though the Brazilian himself does not mind staying at Real Madrid. In fact, only two clubs in the world are capable of satisfying the striker's ambitions - these are PSG and Manchester United, which so far do not see him in their squad. It is unlikely that Vinicius will change the club and the country, but he will have to react much more calmly to external stimuli.

The season will end in a couple of weeks, so fans and players will have a chance to take a break from each other and forget about all the unpleasant moments. This will benefit Vinicius, who has blown the problem out of proportion. Other black Real Madrid players don't get as much racial hate, so the problem lies only with the goal scorer in the 2022 Champions League final. We would like to believe that with age, Junior will turn on the adequacy mode and stop responding to the stuffing of petty provocateurs, who have always been and will be in football.