An avalanche of racist insults was unleashed on the three England players who missed their penalties in the shoot-out in the Euros final against Italy and the responses are silencing so much hatred. One of the latest, a T-shirt signed by the entire squad, came from Rangers.
Ahead of their pre-season friendly against Arsenal, Aubameyang received a Scotland shirt with the signatures of all the squad members, Saka's name and number. It came before the match, which ended in a 2-2 draw. In their first unofficial fixture, Arteta's side lost to Hibernian FC.
The gesture was well appreciate by supporters of the Gunners, who were quick to make the content viral on the internet. The messages of thanks followed one after another, which helped to put all the bitterness behind them in the hours after the match that settled the Euro in favour of the Azzurri, who completed a tournament of a very high standard.
Both Rangers and Arsenal, in fact, proudly boasted the moment on their social network channels. Aubameyang posed with the gift, which he must have given to Saka. Saka, for his part, has already spoken out in public, outlining a message of clear repudiation of such racist insults, a problem also experienced by Rashford and Sancho.
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