Despite the essence of Vinicius due to injury, since the Brazilian suffers from some discomfort in his knee, the Santiago Bernabéu wanted to turn the match against Rayo Vallecano into a tribute to the Brazilian, after what he lived in Mestalla 72 hours before.
epicenter of world football
Vinicius has become the epicenter of world football after denouncing the racist insults of the Valencian fans and being sent off in the match against the ché on Sunday. All this has caused a cascade of events (expulsion from the VAR to Iglesias Villanueva, who was the one who was in Valencia), a fine of 45,000 euros for Valencia and the closure of five games in the Mario Kempes stands at the Ché stadium, withdrawal of the sanction against Vinicius for his expulsion for serving De Burgos Bengoetxea with manipulated images, arrest of seven people for racist acts against the Real Madrid player…
Because of all this, the stands of the Bernabéu have become a referendum in which Real Madrid took the opportunity to show the Brazilian their total support and affection. Both the club and the stands have closed ranks around their footballer, who must be remembered that he came to warn on his networks after what happened in Valencia that “today in Brazil Spain is known as a country of racists. And unfortunately with everything that happens weekly, I have no way to defend it.
T-shirts, banners, tifo, minute 20…
his companions They will jump onto the field wearing Vinicius’ shirt, to show the unity of the dressing room around the figure of the Brazilian, one of the stars of the squad. In addition, many banners will be seen in the stadium showing his affection for the striker. In addition, a larger one will be displayed in one of the funds in which it will be possible to read: “Vinicius we are all, together enough is enough”. AND in minute 20, the number Vinicius is wearing, the Bernabéu will dedicate an ovation to the player and a puff to the racists who insult him in the fields and the leaders who do not stop those verbal attacks he suffers in the stadiums and which already rise to ten episodes.
In the last hours, the British newspaper The Times has published an editorial stating that “embarrassing scenes occurred in Spain over the weekend when fans chanted insults at Vinicius Júnior”, and emphasizes that “it was not the first time. Vinicius has clearly been let down at all levels of Spanish football. The treatment of Vinicius is not an isolated case in Spanish football either. Other black players have been subjected to abuse. That points to a broader problem in the Spanish game.”