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Sancho associated himself with the movement to demand justice for black murders

Sancho associated himself with the movement to demand justice for black murders

Borussia Dortmund beat bottom-seeded Paderborn 6-1 in the Bundesliga on Sunday with a hat-trick from England winger Jordan Sanchore. As a result of this victory, they reduced the points gap with the top team Bayern to seven points. At the end of the match, Sancho demanded a fair trial for the murder of George Floyd in the United States.

Thanks to this hat-trick, the English star has scored 16 goals and assisted 16 goals in the Bundesliga this season. At the end of the game, Sancho joined the movement to demand justice for the murder of an unidentified black man in the United States.

He later wrote on his Instagram account, “I am thrilled to score my first hat-trick in my career. But at the same time, I feel personally uncomfortable. Because more importantly, we all need to be involved in changing the global racist situation. ”

Ashraf Hakimi, another Moroccan international who scored for Dortmund in Paderborn, lifted his jersey and expressed his support for Sancho.

In another match on Sunday, Borussia Mেনnchengladbach’s French striker Marcus Thuram knelt down to protest Floyd’s assassination. On Saturday, Schalke’s US midfielder Weston McKenzie used an arm brace that read, “I want justice for George.”

US basketball superstar Michael Jordan has expressed his anger over the racist incident on his personal Twitter account. Behavior that this living legend of Wooden Floor can’t remember in any way.

The language of Formula One star racer Lewis Hamilton’s protest is sharper. The F1 champion has criticized the silence of other racers on the track. Footballer Marcus Thuram also protested by scoring a goal for Borussia Park.

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