Premier League The match did not stop despite the warnings
The head of the megaphone of the stadium notified the fans three times but the game did not stop or there was any threat of suspension. Tottenham, even, issued after the meeting a statement in which he regrets the situation and announces the opening of an investigation to adopt the relevant measures.
It all started at game time when the Korean Son Heung-Min threw Rudiger from the ground and was kicked out. Tottenham stayed with ten players. From that moment, Rudiger had to listen to racist critics and cries of 'monkey' every time he touched the ball or intervened in some action.
The captain of Chelsea, Spanish Csar Azpilicueta, warned referee Anthony Taylor of the situation. The judge of the meeting paid attention to the indication and the megaphone warned three times that "racist behavior interferes in the game."
The Tottenham fans did not stop despite the warning and the megaphone insisted on the warnings. However, the match did not stop despite the UEFA protocol indicating that the clash will have to stop if there are three indications and the players leave the field.
After the crash, Tottenham published a statement on its website announcing an investigation to take the necessary measures.
"We conducted a thorough investigation with the comments provided by Chelsea. Any form of racism is unacceptable. Not be tolerated in our stadium," the statement said.
"We will take the strongest measures against anyone who behaves in this way and even be banned from entering the stadium," added the London club's note.