The German males’s Olympic soccer workforce left the pitch 5 minutes earlier than the tip of their warm-up sport towards Honduras on Saturday after defender Jordan Torunarigha was allegedly racially abused.
The sport, performed behind closed doorways, was tied at 1-1 on the time of the incident, which the Honduras nationwide workforce stated was a misunderstanding.
“The sport has ended 5 minutes early with the rating at 1-1. The Germany gamers left the pitch after Jordan Torunarigha was racially abused,” the nationwide workforce stated on Twitter
Germany’s Olympic soccer coach and former worldwide Stefan Kuntz added “When one in all our gamers is racially abused, enjoying on shouldn’t be an possibility.”
Germany start their Olympic Group D marketing campaign towards Brazil on July 22, whereas Honduras will tackle Romania of their Group B opener.
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