Cagliari cleared of racist chanting towards Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku

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Cagliari have been rid of chanting towards Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku in a Serie A match.
As he had been about to take a penalty in a 2-1 victory at the Sardegna 21, chants were directed at Lukaku.
However, according to some sports judge there wasn’t enough evidence for any sanctions.
The Sardinian club were for throwing bottles on the pitch off at Parma on 23, fined 5,000 euros.
The report declared that chants, whistles and cries were directed at Lukaku from Cagliari lovers, but they weren’t sufficient in”dimensions and perception” to bring any form of punishment from the team and its fans.
This is actually the third time that the club was investigated for alleged racist abuse in the previous two years after instances involving Moise Kean, the Italy forward currently at Everton, and his then Juventus team-mate, France international Blaise Matuidi, however no action was taken on each event.
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