Manchester City player, Raheem Sterling was alleged hit with racist abuse, which a fan allegedly called him a ‘f****** black c***.’
Officers from the Metropolitan Police travelled up to Manchester to speak to Sterling about the incident.
Six days after a banana was thrown towards African Arsenal star, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang by a Tottenham fan in last weekend’s north London derby, Sterling was abused during Manchester City’s 2-0 loss at Chelsea.
Twitter users highlighted a first-half incident when a supporter at Stamford Bridge appeared to mouth the phrase ‘f****** black c***’ towards Sterling as he collected the ball in front of a section of Chelsea fans.
Former Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand suggested that footballers in England should be inspired by Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling gesture and launch their own bid to fight back against racism after this latest worrying incident.
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