Slavia Prague have called on Inter striker Romelu Lukaku to “apologise” after he accused their fans of racially abusing him in a Champions League match.
Lukaku scored one and set up two for Lautaro Martinez during Inter’s 3-1 victory in Prague on Wednesday night, but he claimed to have also received racial abuse from Slavia fans.
The Belgian followed up by urging UEFA to take action against the Czech side, who have now rejected the allegations.
“We totally reject any racially-motivated chanting from the whole stadium,” they hit back in a tweet.
“We have analysed the footage available and nothing supports Lukaku’s statements.
“Just as we have apologised for any behaviour from individuals, it would be appropriate for Lukaku to apologise for his words about our club.”
The former Manchester United hitman was also targeted by Cagliari fans during a Serie A match in September.
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