alIt is a surreal scene that occurred during the match between Cagliari and Pescara. The match came to an end on Sunday when Sulley Muntari approached the referee of the match, Daniele Minelli, to complain once again after hearing shouting and racist songs coming down from the stands of the Stadio Sant’Elia .
Cagliari received the Pescara team, in match for the 34th day of Serie A, the Italian championship. At the 1-0 win by Pescara, Muntari left the field just minutes from the end of the game. The supporters of the Cagliari team having played racist songs against the player of the visiting formation.
“They shouted at me from the start. In the first half I saw children in the small group. So I went to their parents, and I gave them my jersey to set an example. But it continued with another group in the turn. I tried to argue with them, but the referee told me I had to give up, “the player said after the game.
Before adding: “That’s where I got mad. Why didn’t he stop the game but rather attacked me? The supporters are responsible, but the referee should have done something other than accusing me. I am not a victim, but I am convinced that if they stopped the matches, that kind of thing would not happen again. “
According to many media, his decision to leave the field is approved by his coach. “Muntari heard racist cries, and he asked someone to intervene. I think he was right. He did well to leave the pitch, “said his coach
Suleyman Ali Muntari was born on August 27, 1984 in Konongo, from a Ghanaian father and a Senegalese mother. This Ghanaian international footballer is moving to the position of midfielder. He is one of the key players of the Ghanaian selection, with which he has participated in several African competitions.