- UEFA drop investigation into Atalanta fans over alleged racial chanting.
- Michy Batshuayi reacts furiously on Twitter to the news.
- Belgian puts himself at risk of being sanctioned by UEFA himself.
Chelsea loanee Michy Batshuayi has taken to Twitter to hit out at UEFA after they decided to wave away the Belgian’s allegations that he was racially abused by Atalanta supporters.
Batshuayi has continually used Twitter as a platform to share his opinions and reactions – which he is certainly not afraid to do. He has done so once again today, and he might land himself in hot water for it.
Sky Sports broke the news on Thursday evening that UEFA’s investigation into alleged racist chanting by Atalanta fans towards Batshuayi had been dropped.
The incident allegedly occurred during Borussia Dortmund’s Europa League tie with the Serie A outfit, which they won over two legs.
Batshuayi shared these messages on Twitter following the game claiming that he had been racially abused.
Batshuayi is not happy with the decision at all. The former Marseille striker took to Twitter once again to vent his anger, posting the pair of tweets shown below.
This is exactly why incidents like this still occur in football in 2018. They go unpunished far too frequently, and Batshuayi has every right to be enraged.
We hope that UEFA do not take action against Batshuayi for his frustrated reaction.