Soccer = French representative Coman, who failed to PK at the World Cup, suffered racism | Reuters

French representative FW Kingsley Coman (left) and midfielder Aurélien Chuameni, who failed to score a penalty kick in the final against Argentina at the World Cup Qatar tournament, are said to have suffered racism online. FILE PHOTO: Lusail, Qatar, June 18, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah Mckay

( – France forward Kingsley Coman and midfielder Aurélien Chuameni have faced online racism after failing to score a penalty in their World Cup final against Qatar against Argentina. The BBC reported on the 19th.

In the penalty shootout, Coman’s shot was saved by Argentina’s GK Emiliano Martinez. Chuameni removed the frame. Argentina won the World Cup for the third time since 1986.

Bayern Munich (Germany), to which Coman belongs, posted on Twitter, “The Bayern family is with you. There is no place for racism, neither in football nor in society.”

At last year’s European Championship, England’s Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka all failed on penalties in the final against Italy. England lost and three players suffered racism on exchange sites.

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