Atalanta is not sanctioned by UEFA after complaint racist against Batshuayi

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Atalanta Bergamo by UEFA not punished for alleged racist statements of the public to the address of Borussia Dortmund-striker Michy Batshuayi.

The European football association showed Thursday know to close the case without imposing a sanction. The reason for that decision is, for now, is not clear.

Batshuayi lamented late last month after the Europe League match between Atalanta Bergamo and Borussia Dortmund (1-1) on the behaviour of the supporters of the Italian club. By the Germans, of Chelsea, hired striker let us know racist by another player from the stands in the Mapei Stadium.

“We live in 2018, and I can still hear apengeluiden on the stand. Seriously? I wish the fans a lot of fun with the track of the Europa League via the television. We are through to the next round,” he wrote on Twitter.


The UEFA announced as a result of that accusation to an investigation, but that has apparently yielded nothing. Atalanta should be a penalty of 34 thousand euros to pay because fans of fireworks was shot off and stuff on the field were thrown.

The Italian club, where the Dutch internationals Hans Hateboer and Marten de Roon under contract, had to the draw against Dortmund is not enough to be playing in the Europa League to avoid. The Germans fell a round later after a double confrontation with Red Bull Salzburg.

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