Real madrid vs Atletico Madrid Highlights
On the Match Coppa del Rey match, Real madrid had a victory over Atletico Madrid with 3-1 and made it to Coppa del Rey Semi finals after 2019.
Alvaro Morata had opened the scores of his club as they were visitors against his former club in the 19th minute of the match. The Hosts were able to level of the score on the 79th minute by Rodrygo. Benzema had second goal on the 103rd minute of the match making a lead for his Real Madrid.
At last on the last moments of the match Vincius Junior had a score making the victory of Real Madrid and making it to the semi finals. Real madrid Rodrygo had made victory for his club in the match against Chelsea second leg of the quarter finals champions league making the score of 2-0
Racist Insults against Vinicius Jr
During the match, Seven people involved in racist attacks against Real Madrid forward Vincius Jr who were punished by Spain’s state commission. Four men were Fined around 60,000 euros and banned them from sports venues for two years after hanging a banner reading “ Madrid hates Real” and an inflatable black effigy in a replica of Vincius’ no 20 shirt on a bridge near Real’s Facilities before the team’s cup match against Atletico Madrid on January 26.
Other three people were fined 5000 euros and banned from sports venues for one year after making racist gestures towards Vincius Jr during La liga match at Valencia’s Mestalla stadium on May 21.
The sanctions come 11 days after the arrest of the four men on suspicion of hanging the effigy and their release on bail by a Madrid court. Vinicius Jr has been in the spotlight for the past couple of weeks after calling LaLiga and Spain racist following the abuse he suffered during Real’s match against Valencia.
The Sports world have shown gratitude with 22 year old since then and the Brazilian government has decided to punishable offense for the racists. Brazil will play Friendlies against Guniea on June 17 and Senegal, three days later, as a part of an anti racism Campaign.
Fine was Imposed on Racists
Earlier this month, Valencia had their partial stadium closure reduced to three matches and their fine cut to €27,000 (£23,500) following an appeal for the racist abuse of Vinicius by fans.
The Spanish Football Federation appeals committee said that it had decided to “partially uphold” Valencia’s appeal. It means the partial closure of the Mestalla Stadium has come down from five matches, with an initial €45,000 (£39,000) punishment reduced by €18,000.
Vinicius threatened to leave the pitch in the second half of Real Madrid’s LaLiga match against Valencia on Sunday after being subjected to alleged racist chants from the crowd and Madrid, who said the abuse constituted a “hate crime”, filed a complaint with the Spanish State Attorney General’s Office.
Valencia had 10 working days to file an appeal to the appeals committee. LaLiga players and officials called for racism to be tackled in Spain in the wake of Sunday’s match.
LaLiga, meanwhile, said it would request greater jurisdiction to punish clubs whose fans were guilty of racist abuse after feeling “powerless” at the lack of current sanctions in the wake of the latest Vinicius incident.
According to the country’s law, LaLiga can currently only identify and report incidents, and punishment is rarely handed out.
Jevar Tebas statement over eradicating Racism
Speaking on Thursday, LaLiga president Javier Tebas claimed his organisation could eradicate racism from Spanish football in six months if given adequate sanctioning powers.
Vinicius Junior spoke out against both Spain and LaLiga after the abuse, highlighting “continuous episodes across several cities” and suggesting LaLiga “belongs to the racists”.
Tebas gave a tetchy response to Vinicius on social media, for which he subsequently apologised, and at a news conference on Thursday he complained the league’s hands are tied by laws which mean LaLiga can currently only identify and report incidents and punishment is rarely handed out.
“What we want is the power to do more things. With the power we are convinced within months this would be solved,” he told the specially-arranged conference.
“We are going along the legal route, and I think in six months’ time this will be at zero and we will be the best league in the world. The competencies we want are for those intolerable behaviours; racism, homophobia.”