Sancho and Thuram join Protests against Racism

Sancho and Thuram join Protests against the Floyd death in police custody

Jadon Sancho, the English forward player, also joined the global protests against racism on Sunday, like other sports stars. These protests held after the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man during the custody of Minneapolis police. Sancho revealed a T-Shirt with handwritten words “Justice for George Floyd” after scoring a goal for Borussia Dortmund while playing against Paderborn.

Earlier, Marcus Thuram, a French footballer, took a knee after scoring a goal for Borussia Mönchengladbach. He scored a hat-trick as Dortmund thrashed Paderborn 6-1, but the match referee showed him a yellow card for his gesture to join the protest supporting George Floyd.

Sancho expressed his pleasure on Instagram after scoring his first hat trick

The French footballer wrote on Instagram and showed his happiness to score his career first hat trick. A sentimental as well as a bitter moment for him as other important things are happening in the world today that everyone must address and play his role in making a change.

Everybody should freely back the right by speaking openly and come together as one and fight for justice of brutal murder. He also wrote hashtag Justice for George Floyd. Floyd died in police custody when a Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, kneeled on his neck brutally for around nine minutes to pin him down. That police officer since charged with Floyd’s murder and dismissed from his designation.

Other Sports Stars also record their protests against racism

Sancho and Thuram join Protests against Racism

Serena Williams, an American tennis star, a twenty-three-time Grand Slam champion, published a lengthy post on her Instagram account to show her support for the protest against racism after the Floyd death in the police custody. She adds that she has no words to express her sadness, and this is a difficult time for all of us. In her post, she posted a video of a black girl asking why she treated differently because of her skin color.


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Naomi Osaka, two-time Grand Slam champion tweeted that just because it didn’t happen to you didn’t means happening, not at all.

Rhian Brewster, the striker of Liverpool, also raises his voice on Twitter by saying this is way deeper than only pointing out who is speaking up and who is staying quiet. For generations and years, black people are screaming out for change and justice. Similarly, several other sports stars across the globe show their support against racism.

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