FIFA study reveals half of AFCON & EUROS players were abused

A FIFA study has found that 55 per cent of player who participated in the Euro 2020 and AFCON finals were subject to abuse, with homophobic abuse the most common and racism second.

Black players who missed penalties for England were the most abused players in the Euro 2020 Final, with most of the abuse originating from the country of the abused player.

According to a FIFA study, more than half of the players in the Euro 2020 and AFCON finals were abused online during and after the games.
The most common kind of abuse was homophobic, followed by racist abuse, according to Sky Sports News, with Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka and Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford receiving the most abuse.

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