Friday night was a football match in France's top row, Ligue 1, suspended on the grounds of racism.
In the 78. minute of the match between Dijon and Amiens was the purge stopped, as the Amiens-captain Prince Gouano would not play again, when he heard racist chants from the stands.
- It is over. We don't play on. I take my teammates of course, and we go in the locker room, it sounded inside of the track from the Prince Gouano.
After a major dispute between the players, the coaches and the judges went French-ivorianeren Gouano demonstratively down, and looked out towards the crowd, before the match was resumed. Subsequently told French-ivorianeren on tilråbene.
- We are in the 21. century, and racism is unacceptable. I marked it by stopping the game, for in these times we are all equal.
- of Course there are different skin tones, but it makes no difference. We are all humans. The password for me is love. You will need to show love to the person next to him, says Prince Gouano, according to Bein Sport.
Aimens-the player Prince Gouano in discussion with the fans, who expressed themselves racist. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
Dijon-the attacker Benjamin Jeannot supports its opponent's decision to discontinue the fight.
- I did not hear tilråbene, but if they were there, I support fully up on his decision. I have full understanding that he would stop fighting the fight, for it is not easy to check tilråbene, and he has my full support, sounds from Jeannot.
the Match ended 0-0.
Only in recent weeks and months, there are several examples of racism in football across Europe.
It has, among other things, found place in the Serie A in a match between Cagliari and Juventus in a european championship qualifier between Montenegro and England.
Inter, Dinamo Zagreb and Dynamo Kiev has also been punished with a closed or partially closed stands in several home games for examples of racist behaviour among spectators.
Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin has called on the judges to call off the showdown of the moment, they hear racist tones from the stands.