Jadon Sancho says ‘nothing new’ in racist abuse in apology to England fans


England winger Jadon Sancho apologised for lacking his penalty in the course of the shootout towards Italy in the European Championship remaining at Wembley however mentioned he was not stunned by the net racist abuse that adopted.

Substitutes Marcus Rashford, Sancho and Bukayo Saka all missed spot-kicks in the 3-2 shootout loss to Italy and the 21-year-old apologised for letting down the workforce and the fans, saying it was “by far the worst feeling” he had felt in his profession.

The three Black gamers have been focused on social media after the ultimate, with the racial abuse prompting a police investigation and country-wide condemnation.

“I’m not going pretend that I didn’t see the racial abuse that me and my brothers Marcus and Bukayo received after the game, but sadly it’s nothing new. As a society we need to do better, and hold these people accountable,” he wrote on Twitter.

“Hate won’t ever win. To all of the younger individuals who have obtained comparable abuse, maintain your heads up excessive and hold chasing the dream.

“I am proud of this England team and how we have united the whole nation in what has been a difficult 18 months for so many people.”

The gamers obtained overwhelming assist, particularly after a mural in Rashford’s house city of Withington was defaced, earlier than it was lined in messages of assist.

Greater Manchester Police mentioned a person has been arrested after racist messages aimed on the gamers have been posted on social media.


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