Police investigating after Raheem Sterling allegedly racially abused by Chelsea fans

Понедельник, 10 Дек, 2018

With wave after wave of precision attacking rebounding off a blue wall the demand was for chaos, to present Chelsea with a problem they were not expecting, a bit of Jose ball lobbed long to the big man. David Luiz has not not had a better game at the heart of the Chelsea defence.

The 24-year-old England star has also been criticized for buying clothes at a high-street store and for buying his mother a house.

The chairman of English football's anti-racism organisation, Kick It Out, complained that the chairmen of the Premier League, the English Football Association (FA) and Chelsea had not spoken out about the alleged abuse faced by Sterling.

"But just by the way it is worded this young black kid is looked at in a bad light, which helps fuel racism and aggressive behaviour".

Speaking after the victory at Bournemouth, Klopp said: "I think I said a few years ago that we have to write our own history, so that's part of our history", said Klopp of their points tally.

As the teams were announced and neither side included a recognised striker in their starting eleven, we were given an idea of the sort of contest that was set to unfold in front of our eyes.

"He most certainly has a point".

City went to Stamford Bridge having won 13 of their 15 league games, while their hosts had lost two of their past three.

Only a fearless block by captain Cesar Azpilicueta rescued Chelsea when City next threatened as Sterling eased past Marcos Alonso and Sane´s fierce effort was deflected over by the Spanish defender.

"I saw what happened with @sterling7 yesterday".

"When you lose you always need to show something because we are Chelsea. Love is so much more powerful than hate".

The England global had stayed relatively quiet on the matter and got on with his job on the pitch but after footage showed Sterling being abused by somme Chelsea fans as he collected the ball near the advertising boards at Stamford Bridge last night, he decided it was the right time to speak up.

Kick It Out, an organisation that tries to combat racism in football, said on Twitter said it would offer support during the investigation.

Chelsea and the Metropolitan Police launched an investigation in order to establish whether Sterling was racially abused in the incident, with the club vowing to take the "strongest possible action where necessary".

A Chelsea spokesman said: "We're aware of reports and video footage. The print media often targets, not just black players, but all footballers", he added. We have to work to cover the gap.

It wasn't until the 83rd minute that Lucas Torreira's close range overhead kick gave them all three points in a scrappy game, which was a perhaps unsurprising outcome of their midweek trip to Old Trafford.

"We will review the footage to determine whether any offenses have been committed".