Newshub18:Racist comments about Vinicius dancing, Pele-Neymar roared.Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti doesn’t understand, where is the problem with Vinicius’ goal celebration, ‘He’s Brazilian. Very good at dancing too. No one should have any problem with this. But the discussion is going on with this goal celebration of Vinicius. Brazilians like Pele, Neymar, Eder Militave stand next to the Real Madrid winger. Real is not sitting. The Spanish club is preparing to take ‘legal action’. Bruno Guimarez also composed the vocals. Newcastle United’s Brazilian midfielder has demanded the arrest of an alleged football agent. Barcelona’s new Brazilian winger Rafinha protested on Instagram. His post, ‘I want to see dance. I want joy.
Even Alvaro Morata, the striker of city rivals Atletico Madrid, who Real will face next Monday, said everyone has the right to celebrate goals as they wish. And Vinicius is a good boy. His celebration is not to hurt anyone.
Let’s explain the incident. Pedro Bravo, head of Spain’s Football Agents Association (AAAF), criticized Vinicius’ goal celebration last Thursday. Speaking on the country’s TV show ‘Chiringuito Show’, Bravo said Vinicius’ goal celebration was disrespectful to the opposition. Referring to his celebrations as monkey-like, Bravo said, ‘You have to respect the opponent. If you want to dance, go to Brazil. Spain has to stop behaving like a monkey and respect the opponent.
A storm erupted on social media. Everyone started bashing Bravo for making racist comments. Meanwhile, a strong protest came from Brazil. Pele himself answered standing next to Vinny.
The three-time World Cup winning legend wrote on Instagram, ‘Football is about joy, about dancing. Unfortunately racism still exists. But that can’t stop us from smiling. This is how we will continue to fight racism; The struggle to be happy and respect ourselves will continue.
PSG’s Brazilian star Neymar also tweeted in favor of Vinny. He tweeted with the hashtag ‘Byla Vini JR’. “Baila” means “dance” in Portuguese. It didn’t take long for the hashtag to trend on Twitter in Brazil. Neymar also wrote on Instagram, ‘Dribbling, dancing, being yourself. You like it just the way you are. hold it We will dance together in the next goalVinicius posted a photo of Neymar in a Brazil jersey and him dancing, commenting, ‘All the time.’
The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) also tweeted on Vinny’s behalf with the hashtag ‘Byla Vinny JR’, ‘There will be dancing, there will be dribbling, but the sense of honor will be above all. Our players were victims of racism on Thursday night. CBF stands by him and expresses solidarity.
Real star Vinicius himself also spoke about it. In a recorded statement, the Brazilian winger said: ‘I have been subjected to racist treatment and hatred as a foreigner. This dance is to celebrate the cultural diversity of the world. Either you accept it, respect it or you don’t care. But I will not stop.’
Real will face Atletico Madrid on Monday in La Liga. Looking ahead to this match, Atletico midfielder Koke warned Vinicius on Friday. “There will be trouble” if he dances to celebrate Vinicius’ goal at the Wanda Metropolitano, he said, “There will be trouble for sure.”
Koke thinks Atletico fans will not take Vinny’s dance well. However, Koke thinks that everyone has the right to celebrate a goal in their own way, ‘If he scores a goal, then it is his will, right? Do I accept it or not? Everyone has their own characteristics of scoring a goal.
Pedro Bravo, however, later apologized for his comments. In a tweet, he said, “The expression was badly expressed…metaphorically, fooling around.” Vinicius’ celebration is now familiar in Spanish football. This star danced by swinging his waist right and left. He took this dance from MC Kaiku’s song ‘Taka Ae Jereka Pra Mim’