Inter-players were subjected to racist chants as they Wednesday met Slavia Prague, says Romelu Lukaku.
Romelu Lukaku will have The union of European Football associations (Uefa) up out of the chair.
Inter striker and his teammates were, according to Lukaku subject of racist chants in Wednesday's Champions League clash against Slavia Prague, and now Uefa do something.
It says Lukaku in an interview with the brazilian media Esporte Interativo, according to several media outlets.
- I said it, the last time I was unified with the national team. Uefa must do something now, because it is not in order, that such a thing will take place at the stadium.
It seems not, however Lukaku succeed with its call for Uefa. Certainly not when it comes to the racist chants during the Slavia Prague match.
According to the Italian La Gazzetta dello Sport, Uefa is not going to investigate whether there was racist chants from the stands in Prague, because neither the battle's judge team or Uefas observers have heard them.
Romelu Lukaku did not let racist chanting affect his performance on the pitch in the match against the Czech hovedstadsklub. The belgian took note of two assists and a single goal in the italians ' 3-1 win.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 29 November 2019, 12:00