- A long list of racial abuse incidents have been aimed at Vinicius Jr
- Vini received his marching orders after the referee judged he had struck a Valencia player
- The Real Madrid star has admitted that he could be forced to leave Spain if change isn't made
Vinicius Junior has released video proof of the nauseating racial abuse he endured while playing for Real Madrid in just the past two seasons.
The 22-year-old has resorted to social media to reveal the full hatred directed at him by opposing fans after criticizing La Liga executives for their inaction.
In a 97-second video posted to his social media accounts, the Brazilian winger lists five games in which he has experienced verbal abuse, and the football community supports him.
On the post, Vinicius Jr's extended message read, via Daily Star:
"Every game away from home is an unpleasant surprise. And there were many this season. Death wishes, hanged doll, many criminal screams... All registered.
"But the speech always falls on “isolated cases”, “a fan”. No, these are not isolated cases. They are continuous episodes spread across several cities in Spain (and even in a television program).
"The evidence is there in the video. Now I ask: how many of these racists had names and photos exposed on websites? I answer to make it easier: zero. None to tell a sad story or make those fake public apologies.
Xavi surprised by card cancellation
Meanwhile, Barcelona manager, Xavi was surprised by La Liga's decision to reverse Vini Jr's suspension after he was racially abused on Sunday, Goal reports.
The Catalans manager believed the red card should have actually stood, as he believed the 22-year-old Brazilian was guilty of aggression against an opponent.
After being criticised for their handling of events, La Liga reversed their decision to suspend Vini and announced partial closures of Valencia’s home stadium.
Spanish FA sacks six referees
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Vinicius Junior’s ordeal against Valencia has earned some referees the sack, following his red card in the intense La Liga game on Sunday.
The Spanish FA has fired six VAR officials, after determining that the images given to the on-field referee, which led to the Real Madrid star's sending-off, were not complete.
Vinicius has also been shown immense support from footballers worldwide after he suffered racial abuse by Valencia supporters during their La Liga clash recently.