AC Milan gamers walked off the pitch as a result of alleged racist chants from Udinese followers in the direction of goalkeeper Mike Maignan.
Play was suspended for round 10 minutes at Udinese’s Bluenergy Stadium following the alleged incident through the first half.
“There may be completely no place in our recreation for racism: we’re appalled. We’re with you, Mike,” AC Milan mentioned in a publish on X, previously Twitter, following the incident.
Maignan, 28, who was born in French Guiana however grew up in Paris and performs for the French nationwide crew, was seen remonstrating with referee Fabio Maresca earlier than he and his crew walked off the pitch.
The incident happened round half-hour into the sport, shortly after former Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek had given Milan the lead with a low first-time shot contained in the publish.
Minutes after the restart, Udinese equalised via Lazar Samardzic, earlier than former Newcastle participant Florian Thauvin scored to offer the house aspect the lead.
Nevertheless, Milan striker Luka Jovic scored late to attract the sport degree, earlier than Noah Okafor struck late in damage time to safe a 3-2 win for the guests.
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