The head coach of Manchester city Josep Guardiola supported the movement against racism Black Lives Matter after a crushing victory over Arsenal in the renewed English Premier League (EPL). His words led to The Goal.
Guardiola confessed that he feels shame in front of blacks for 400 years of oppression from the whites. “How can one consider themselves different from the others?” — said the expert during a post-match press conference.
The protest action provoked the death of a black security guard George Floyd in the United States. Local police roughly detained the man, who was later hospitalized and died. In a number of cities riots, accompanied by looting and clashes with police. Action of the movement Black Lives Matter are held worldwide: in particular, in New Zealand, Australia and the UK.
Manchester city beat Arsenal in the second match after the resumption of the championship. The submarine was suspended on the background of the pandemic coronavirus in March.
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