Dávinson Sánchez had a poor showing in Tottenham’s recent game, which ended tied at two goals against Newcastle. The Colombian defender was compromised in the two scores of the rival team and he couldn’t celebrate his 100th Premier League match the way he wanted.
What happened on the playing field was forgotten a couple of hours later, when some ‘Spurs’ fans left racist comments against Sánchez on his team’s social networks. The Colombian player himself denounced the situation through his profile on Instagram and made it clear that a user wrote emoticons in the form of a monkey to refer to the central defender.
“Nothing changes”, Dávinson wrote in the stories section, along with a screenshot of that reprehensible comment he received.
That is why Tottenham himself decided to condemn the attacks against the Colombian in his social networks. He did so through a post on his Twitter account in which he indicated that he expected social networks to take action against racist users.
“We are disgusted by the racist messages received by Dávinson Sánchez today and we are asking social media platforms to take action. We are with you and all those who continue to suffer online abuse, “said the white club.
Similarly, hundreds of Tottenham fans joined the message of their club and They were ashamed that people as bad as those who attack Sánchez are fans of the team.
This was the message published by the painting directed by Jose Mourinho: