Boateng asks players to bow in the Champions League


Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng says players should use their Champions League appearances to launch new messages of racial discrimination by bending.

And athletes around the world resorted to bowing during matches and championships in an expression of their support for the important movement of black lives after the death of the American George Floyd during the arrest of the police last May.

The Champions League matches, which have been suspended since last March, will resume due to the global health crisis of the new Corona virus in August.

Bayern Munich will return to the round of 16 against Chelsea on August 16, after winning 3-0 in the first half over London.

Boateng said: It is very important for us to continue this move during the Champions League, especially in the final because the whole world will see it. We hope that some sports that have not yet resumed will join us. I think it is very important.

The German defender, who had previously been subjected to some racist insults, confirmed that he had spoken about this to his colleagues in the Bavarian club, saying: We talked about these matters before the holiday. They offered to support after hearing some details and experiences.


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