France’s game clergyman has required an examination concerning affirmed supremacist mishandle coordinated at players amid their 3-1 prevail upon Russia.
Manchester United’s Paul Pogba and Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele are said to be among those subject to insults.
The match was played the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg, a host scene at this present summer’s World Cup.
“Bigotry has no place on the football pitch,” said French Minister for Sport Laura Flessel.
“We need to act as one at an European and global level to put a conclusion to these prohibited activities.”
French pastor Laura Flessel is a two-time Olympic fencing champion
The issue was first announced by picture takers from news organization AFP, who said they heard serenades when players went to take corners.
It is the most recent in various episodes of segregation connected to Russia.
In October Uefa charged Spartak Moscow for bigot droning amid a Uefa Youth League installation against Liverpool, and the club were later condemned for a “supremacist” tweet about their own players.
The FARE (Football Against Racism in Europe) organize screens segregation in football on a national scale and point by point near 90 occurrences of prejudice in the Russian class last season.
Detailed close to 90 incidents of racism
Piara Powar, leader of the association, feels the activities that damaged France’s win raise worries about fan and player security amid the World Cup.
“For us, the key issue is that the match occurred at a stadium that will have one of greatest diversions amid the World Cup, a semi-last will be there, in addition to numerous gathering amusements,” he revealed to BBC Sport.
“From multiple points of view this match was a trial of the conventions that the Russian FA has set up, it was a match represented by the Russian FA.
“This is a reason for concern, a little more than two months previously the competition, with no reaction from the stadium experts after what seemed to be a noteworthy occurrence.”
Russian mentor Stanislav Cherchesov has played down the level of prejudice exhibit in the nation
Russian football’s hostile to separation boss Alexei Smertin has demanded that minorities will feel “protected and agreeable”, and rejected feelings of trepidation as “promulgation”.
The hosts’ group mentor Stanislav Cherchesov included that “I don’t think we have bigotry on a scale that should be battled” recently.
Fifa president Gianni Infantino says that authorities can stop or even desert matches at the World Cup if prejudice happens.
officials can stop or even abandon
However Powar is concerned Lithuanian arbitrator Gediminas Mazeika did not act in the inviting on Tuesday.
“The arbitrator will have been a Fifa assigned official, obviously he didn’t start the conventions that exist. In spite of the fact that it isn’t his essential obligation, he had powers others don’t.
“It was a disappointment of conventions and moves ought to have made places in the match.”