Japanese expelled from the Leipzig stadium “for the coronavirus”
The videos broadcast by members of the affected group clearly show that they were not located in the ultras sector, which explains that they were not expelled for wearing shirts of the opponent or other reasons that would have jeopardized the security of the event. As one of the Asians details, they were accompanied by about ten security delegates to the outskirts of the stadium and dismissed clearly referring to the coronavirus. The case is causing rage in the networks, where club and federation representatives are requested to act accordingly.“I visited the match against Bayer Leverkusen,” Taichi Hayashikawa wrote on Twitter. “As soon as the game started, a member of the Red-Bull-Arena security body told me that I could be infected with the coronavirus because I am Japanese. I was kicked out during the first ten minutes of the game.” After the interruptions of numerous Bundesliga matches due to the insults of the ultras towards the owner of the Hoffenheim Dietmar Hopp, The top German competition will also have to face a new case of racism. This is the match between RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen, which took place this past Sunday and ended in a draw for one. As explained by a group of Japanese citizens through Twitter, Red Bull Arena security forces kicked them out of the field using “the coronavirus” as one of the reasons of his sudden expulsion from the stadium.