Jude Bellingham’s alleged slur to Mason Greenwood reported to Spanish FA after Getafe vs Real Madrid altercation

0

JUDE BELLINGHAM’S alleged slur towards Mason Greenwood has been reported to the Spanish FA.

The England midfielder was accused by fans of calling Greenwood a “rapist” after landing a tackle on the Getafe winger.

RexJude Bellingham’s alleged slur towards Mason Greenwood has been reported to the Spanish FA[/caption]

JUDE BELLINGHAM literally called MASON GREENWOOD a RAp!st
This is very unprofessional pic.twitter.com/2McfEO3apP

— Krusz UTD (@kruszmartins) February 2, 2024

Supporters were convinced they spotted him mouth the insult during Real Madrid’s 2-0 win on Thursday.

A section of Getafe fans were also accused of racially abusing Vinicius Jr. during the match.

Marca report that La Liga have reported both incidents to the Spanish FA.

On Bellingham’s alleged comment, the league explained: “It must also be reported that after the end of the match, messages were detected through social media regarding a possible incident in which visiting player Jude Bellingham allegedly insulted local player Mason Greenwood in English after an action in the game.

“Numerous media outlets have reported on this incident, as confirmed in the attached incident report.”

Chants of “Vinicius, monkey” from the home fans were also included in the report.

Sports betting and Casino=

The report adds that La Liga have reported the chants to the Spanish hate prosecutor’s office.

A lip reader had been called in after the match to investigate Getafe’s complaint against Bellingham.

RexBellingham was accused by fans of calling Greenwood a ‘rapist’ during the match[/caption]

Greenwood joined the club on loan from Manchester United in the summer, seven months after charges of attempted rape assault and coercive control were dropped.

Meanwhile, Bellingham signed for Real Madrid from Borussia Dortmund in a £115million deal back in July.

Sports betting and Casino=

He has since scored 18 goals and added eight assists in 28 appearances.

Thursday’s match at the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez was the first meeting of two English players in the Spanish top flight for 22 years.

Leave a Reply

RSS
Follow by Email
Pinterest
LinkedIn
Share
WhatsApp