Vinicius will testify in September for the racist insults in Mestalla

Vinicius will testify in September for the racist insults in Mestalla

The head of the Court of Instruction number 10 of Valencia has agreed that the statement of the Real Madrid player Vinicius Jr. as harmed by the racist insults received in the stadium of mestalla last May it will take place by videoconference on September 28 at 10 a.m.

According to what judicial sources have confirmed to EFE, the judge has admitted postponing the declaration, initially set for last June, because the soccer player from vacation abroad.

During the league match played on May 21 by Valencia CF and Real Madrid at Mestalla Vinicius denounced having suffered racist insults by some fans who were behind the goal and which meant that the game was stopped for several minutes for this reason.

The facts were denounced by LaLiga, as he had already done on other occasions in similar situations experienced by Vinicius and other players. In addition to the follower identified by Vinicius, the Police identified two others through the recordings of the cameras made available by Valencia CF, which announced that these three followers will be prohibited from entering the Mestalla for life.

These two fans have already declared before the judge that she is investigating an open case for an alleged hate crime, while the third will do so on July 11.

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