Police in London have arrested a person, who was to have acted racist towards Son Heung-min.
A supporter of the English football club Chelsea has been arrested by the police in London for racist chants against tottenham's south Korean attacker Son Heung-min, during Sunday's Premier League game between the two teams.
It writes the BBC.
It has previously been promoting that during the showdown between the two teams from London were allegedly directed racist utterances from the stands against Chelsea-player Antonio Rüdiger.
Rüdiger announced its captain, César Azpilicueta, that he had heard racist shouts aimed towards itself, and the Chelsea captain went immediately to the match referee, as the rules prescribe in such situations.
It was announced over the loudspeakers at the stadium three times, that there had been racist behavior, and Rüdiger was also to be seen a bystander low abelignende gestikulationer.
According to the newspaper The Guardian perceived sydkoreaneren not even the degrading chants.
instead, It was other Chelsea supporters, as the designated person for stadionvagterne.
Tottenham announced Sunday that the club has launched an investigation into the allegation of racist chants against Rüdiger. According to the BBC, there is not yet made arrests in the case.
Tottenham have in a statement made it clear to the club via the video surveillance at its state of the art stadium, have the opportunity to identify all of the people present, as well as to spectators who are found guilty of racist behaviour, can expect to be excluded from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for life.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 24 December 2019, 07:00