Milan and Juventus joined together to stand up against racism by wearing custom jerseys on Friday night before their semi-final match in the second leg of Coppa Italia.
In the second round of Coppa Italia, on Friday night before the semi-final match, Milan and Juventus joined hands to fight against racism by wearing personalized jerseys.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala were seen in Juventus’ training shirts in block capitals that had ‘NO RACISM’ emblazoned on the back.
Milan designed a simple black t-shirt, which has a logo and slogan ‘Black Lives Matter’ below it.
In Italian football, there has been a spate of racial incidents this season, many players including Romelu Lukaku and Mario Balotelli reported for violence.