Tammy Abrahamtora: Tony O’brien / Globallookpress.com
Chelsea forward and England Tammy Abraham told how the players of the national team plan to respond to racist insults in the coming matches. It is reported by Talk Sport.
“Captain Harry Kane said that if the player insulted the whole team is ready to leave the field. It is impossible to isolate one person. If this happens to one of us, it happens to everybody,” said the player.
England in the next two qualification matches of the 2020 European championship will hold two field meetings. October 11, the team will play the Czech Republic, and three days later Bulgaria.
Having a Nigerian origin of Abraham in mid-August were subjected to racist abuse after the match for the UEFA super Cup, where Chelsea on penalties conceded “to Liverpool”. The footballer stood up by his girl, spoke about the “special place in hell for racists”.
This season, the 22-year-old Abraham has played eight matches in the Premier League, scoring eight goals. In the asset striker two games in the national team of the country.
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