AS Monaco Champions League Qualifying at Sparta Prague.
The report is about a racist chant from a home stand and is the latest in the devastation of Czech football following the city of Sparta and its Czech title rivals. Slavia, Consecutively involved with the Rangers regarding their own player Ondrey Coudela.
That led to a minimum sanction of 10 games ban while Kamala was given three games to confront Kudera in the tunnel.
Currently, Sparta fans have been introduced to UEFA in the 3rd qualifying round tie, which was allegedly directed to Monaco striker Aurélien Tchoameni.
The 21-year-old scored a goal in the 37th minute, giving the League One a big advantage in the break.
However, according to Get French Football News, he seemed visibly suffering from something directed at him from the stand at Generali Stadium.
French outlet Canal + quickly confirmed that he and his teammates had filed an official complaint.
Sparta Prague in a racist storm, with Monaco striker upset on suspicion of abuse from the stand
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