Brentford has actually condemned the “barrage” of racist misuse sent out to striker Ivan Toney on social networks after he racked up the equalizer in Saturday’s 1-1 Premier League draw with leaders Arsenal.
Toney, that racked up a header in the 74th min to counteract Leandro Trossard’s earlier strike, was likewise targeted previously this period in October after Brentford’s 2-0 sway Brighton & & Hove Albion.
“Immediately after Brentford’s game against Arsenal, Ivan Toney received a barrage of abusive, racist direct messages via his Instagram account,” the club stated on Sunday.
“We are disgusted and saddened that Ivan has had to deal with this yet again.”
Arsenal stated they were collaborating with Brentford to recognize those included.
“We stand with Ivan Toney,” Arsenal stated. “At Arsenal, we condemn all forms of discrimination and take a zero-tolerance approach. We will apply the strongest possible action to anyone we can identify sending hateful messages.”
Toney’s objective got rid of a prolonged VAR check however Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta later on examined the choice, stating it needs to have been prohibited for offside.
Referees’ body PGMOL approved on Sunday it was the incorrect phone call and also was just one of 2 “significant errors” over the weekend break’s video games.
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