Romelu Lukaku: Inter Milan striker claims abuse during Slavia Prague match and calls on UEFA to act
By Sky Sports News
Last Updated: 28/11/19 11:30pm
Romelu Lukaku has called on UEFA to act against racism after claiming he was abused during Wednesday's game against Slavia Prague.
The Inter Milan striker was on target in Inter's 3-1 Champions League away win but afterwards said "the whole stadium" had used racist chants against him and team-mates.
Lukaku, who joined Inter over the summer from Manchester United, was involved in all three goals and said the chants occurred on two occasions.
"I said it last time when I was with the national team," the Belgium international said in an interview with Esporte Interativo.
"UEFA now has to do something about it, because things like this in stadiums is not right. It happened twice with me and that is not right with people.
"We are in 2019, there are many players with many different nationalities in their teams.
"When there are people that for me are bad, at the stadium, that's not a good example for the kids.
"I hope that UEFA now do something about it, because the whole stadium did it when Lautaro (Martinez) scored the first goal, and that's not good for the people watching this game."