‘Shock! Racial slur at Kim-Min Jae-Kane debut’…target is 18-year-old FW, Munich “The disgusting racist is not a Munich fan!”
Racism is back on the soccer field. While the world of soccer is fighting hard, racism has managed to break through the defenses.
This time, it was during the official Bayern Munich debuts of Kim Min-jae and Harry Kane. Bayern Munich suffered a 0-3 defeat in the 2023-24 German Football League (DFL) Super Cup against Leipzig at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany, on March 13.
The player who was racially abused was Mathis Thiel, who started the game as a frontline striker. He was a young 18-year-old striker. He moved to Bayern Munich in 2022 and showed promise last season, scoring six goals in 28 appearances. The French national age group team is also a wild prospect.
Racial slurs were hurled at the promising young attacker. Toure started and missed several scoring chances. Teller was substituted for Kane in the 19th minute of the second half and walked off the field, leaving Bayern Munich with a 0-3 defeat.
Some Bayern Munich fans then directed criticism at Tölle, including some racist comments. The defeat was not Teller’s fault. Bayern Munich as a whole was lethargic. Head coach Thomas Tuchel said, “We were beaten. I don’t know what the problem is. It looked like we hadn’t trained in the last four weeks.”
Some oblivious Bayern Munich supporters looked for a scapegoat for the defeat, and it was the youngest Teller. It was cruel.
It’s not known exactly what some fans said to Tell, but shocking racist comments were made on social media, local media reported.
ESPN in the United States said, “Bayern Munich strongly condemned the dehumanizing racist abuse directed at Teller following their 0-3 Super Cup loss. Teller missed several scoring chances and was substituted for Kane,” ESPN reported.온라인카지노
Bayern Munich added: “Anyone who writes such abhorrent racist texts is not a Bayern Munich fan. Bayern Munich supports Matthysse. He deserves our full support,” the club said publicly.