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Entertainment Moukoko cheers with a strong gesture against racism

15:20  24 october  2020
15:20  24 october  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Youssoufa Moukoko sets the next sign a week after the terrible incidents in the game against Schalke. And he also scores several goals again.

Moukoko jubelt mit starker Geste gegen Rassismus © Provided by sport1.de Moukoko cheers with a strong gesture against racism

Youssoufa Moukoko made a strong statement against racism when playing with Borussia Dortmund's U19s.

The young top talent scored a 1-0 penalty in a duel with RW Essen after just under 20 minutes. The 15-year-old celebrated the goal by kneeling on the lawn and holding up his left arm with a clenched fist.

A symbolic gesture with which more and more athletes stand up against intolerance and racism and which plays an important role in the "Black Lives Matter" movement.

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It's a respectful gesture . It's ironic because Americans emphasize respecting one another so much, but I rarely see them committing to it when overseas. Europeans are better in that matter since they are at least open and blunt about them not really giving a shit.

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About a week ago, Moukoko, who turns 16 on November 20, was racially insulted by some supporters of the Royal Blues at the derby against FC Schalke. Even then he reacted strongly and scored a three-pack . Moukoko also made it onto the scorers' list four times in the superior 6-0 win against Essen.

Schalke had apologized to Moukoko after the death wishes and threats, he sent an emotional message on Instagram .

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Moukoko, who had previously scored a three-pack against Münster, had recently amazed national coach Joachim Löw. "It's hard to believe that someone his age can score so many goals in the U19 Bundesliga against players who are all two to three years older than him," said Löw at bundesliga.com.

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