Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

Boateng testifies in court, says crowd made 'animal sounds'


Milan, March 20 - Prosecutors on Wednesday heard
testimonies from AC Milan's Kevin-Prince Boateng related to the
January 3 incident when Milan players left the field after fans
from opposing team were heard chanting racist jeers.
The friendly match against fourth-tier Pro Patria at Busto
Arsizio north of Milan was first interrupted and then scrapped
altogether after Milan captain Massimo Ambrosini led his
teammates off the pitch.
Boateng, who spoke to the court for 20 minutes, said that
"every time I touched the ball I heard animal-like noises coming
from the stands".
Milan's Ghanian midfielder kicked the ball towards fans who
were directing abuse at him before the action stopped.
The AC Milan player said that he also heard insults against
his girlfriend, Melissa Satta.
"I kicked the ball into the fans' (area) because of their
racist chants and insults against my girlfriend... things I have
already heard in other games," Boateng said
Boateng said that he did not hear chants against teammate
and star striker Stephan El Shaarawy, only against black

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