Perturbances emanating racial discrimination and affront aimed at the hat-trick scorer Son Heung-min during the Spurs’ splendid 6-0 victory over the Lions is put under the lens of scrutiny and investigation.
The South-Korean forward was allegedly directed verbal assaults of ‘DVD’ and ‘he’s selling three for a fiver‘ at the White Hart Lane, as this implies racial abuse for an Asian.
The Football Association and the police are engaged in their race to dig out the convicts and are waiting for reports of the referee Martin Atkinson for the same. As a favourable evidence, Kyle Walker who appeared as a substitute was seen to have reacted with a scorn at the Millwall fans’ derogatory shouts.
The Spurs voiced their annoyance and are offering to provide video footage for it.
“We strongly condemn the use of any racist language,” a Tottenham spokesperson said. “We shall be passing on all of our footage to the relevant authorities which can assist with the identification of anyone responsible for such chanting at yesterday’s game.”
Millwall stands in the same stance of reprehending the act and consolidating to the act of police and FA.
“Millwall have led the way on anti-discrimination initiatives and will continue to do so,” the Lions asserted. “The club is assisting the FA with their investigation and will make no further comment until that process is complete.”
The manager Neil Harris, though refused to have heard the growl of all that happened, condemned the act and spoke out in reproval for the convicts.
“It’s a shame to be talking about this”- He said.
“I didn’t hear anything but myself and the club won’t condone that if there is. I’m sure it will be investigated and left to the authorities.”- Neil added.
“We want people dealt with harshly of course. It’s wrong in society and wrong in football.”- He concluded.
There are reports of upsurging commotion succeeding the match too, outside ground but that was timely restrained by heavy police and security.