The controversy with Vinicius Jr. does not stop. After the racist episode suffered by the Brazilian last Sunday and who was subsequently sent off for attacking the rival goalkeeper, the forward will not miss any game due to suspension.
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This Tuesday the Competition Committee of the Royal Spanish Football Federation annulled the match suspension for the Real Madrid player. This, considering the attacks that Vinicius has suffered throughout the season.
"What happened would be framed in total impunity, during this season, of various actions of physical and verbal aggression, by opponents and fans, against the expelled player (Vinicius)," says the statement from the RFEF Competition Committee.
Likewise, the aforementioned committee punished Valencia by closing the stands from which the insults to the Brazilian player came for five games. In addition to an economic fine of 45.000 Euros.
Faced with these situations, the "Che" team reported in recent days that they will suspend for life the fans who verbally assaulted the Real Madrid player.