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Vinicius Outraged by Racist Insults and Contemplates Leaving LaLiga

During the match at Mestalla, a disturbing incident unfolded as Vinicius accused a fan, believed to be part of the Valencia ultras, of hurling racist insults at him. The situation quickly escalated, drawing the attention of both Real Madrid and Valencia players, as well as the intervention of the police.

Caught on camera, Vinicius was visibly upset and could be heard saying, “I don’t want to play anymore,” while pointing out the specific individual responsible for the offensive remarks.

Valencia captain Jose Luis Gaya played a pivotal role in trying to understand the situation, engaging in a conversation with Vinicius to gather more details about the incident. Meanwhile, objects were being thrown from the stands, further adding to the chaotic atmosphere.

The sequence of events started when a ball thrown from the stands collided with the one Vinicius was playing with during a confrontation with Foulquier. This led to a misjudgment by the referee, who initially awarded a goal kick but had to rectify the decision after receiving input from the VAR system.

In the 70th minute of the match, Vinicius was heard repeatedly saying, “That one, that one,” as he identified the individual responsible for directing racist insults towards him.

Not willing to tolerate such behavior, Vinicius promptly informed referee De Burgos Bengoetxea about the incident. He also approached Ruben Baraja, a member of the coaching staff, and the field delegate, urging them to take immediate action and make an announcement through the Mestalla public address system denouncing the racist insults.

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