The French Soccer Federation (FFF) has condemned racist messages aimed toward Eduardo Camavinga after the coaching floor incident which can see teammate Christopher Nkunku miss the World Cup by means of harm.
France confirmed on Tuesday that Nkunku had suffered a leg harm in coaching and could be withdrawing from their squad for the event in Qatar, with Eintracht Frankfurt ahead Randal Kolo Muani referred to as up as a substitute.
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Video shared on social media appeared to indicate Nkunku being damage after a sort out by Actual Madrid midfielder Camavinga.
“Following Christopher Nkunku’s harm, Eduardo Camavinga was the sufferer of racist messages on social media,” the French Soccer Federation tweeted on Thursday. “The FFF condemns these assaults within the strongest potential phrases and is in full help of Eduardo.”
“A thought for my teammate Eduardo Camavinga, unfairly focused,” Nkunku posted on social media on Wednesday. “The World Cup must be a second of communion and never division.”
Nkunku is the highest scorer within the Bundesliga this season, with 12 targets in 15 appearances for RB Leipzig.
France’s squad have been hit by a collection of accidents forward of the World Cup, with midfielders Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kante and defender Presnel Kimpembe all absent.
France will face Australia, Denmark and Tunisia in Group D, kicking off towards Australia on Nov. 22.