France’s Euro 2020 star Paul Pogba is the last to endorse Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka after receiving racist abuse online. The three English players were subjected to vicious abuse after losing at Euro 2020.

England were beaten by Italy on Sunday’s Euro 2020 penalties. Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka failed when the Three Lions lost 3-2 on penalties.

Paul Pogba, who had received racist abuse in the past, now jumped to defend the English trio.

The Manchester United star took to his Instagram to post a message for Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka. He wrote:

“I am proud of you. You win some, you lose some. You plucked up the courage to collect the fines and you showed your worth in helping your country make it to the finals. We can no longer tolerate or stand up for racism and we will never stop fighting it you guys should hold your heads up and be proud of your confidence. You are examples of this beautiful game. Never forget that. Be proud of yourselves, the world of football is proud of you! “

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Scott McTominay sends a message to the stars of the Euro 2020

In addition to Paul Pogba, Manchester United star Scott McTominay also sent a message to the English Euro 2020 stars via his Instagram page. He wrote:

“What I read this afternoon is absolutely horrific. Three young guys are giving everything they have, something urgently needs to be done because as much as we talk about people and footballers being racially abused, it happens again and again.” Heads up.”

Despite a section broadcasting racist abuse online, many fans have supported the players and are doing their best to ensure the racists don’t get the spotlight they were hoping for.

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Published by Sankalp Srivastava