Liverpool is about to lodge a grievance to UEFA in opposition to Russian outfit Spartak Moscow concerning alleged racial abuse suffered by Rhian Brewster throughout a Youth League match, the Guardian’s Andy Hunter experiences.

A livid Brewster needed to be dragged away by his teammates and membership employees when he was allegedly focused with racial slurs by one in all Spartak’s defenders following Liverpool’s 2-Zero win. Hunter provides that Brewster reported the incident to referee Mohammed al-Hakim, who handed the small print over to the fourth official at Prenton Park.

Youth coach Steven Gerrard provided little element after the match, as a substitute issuing reward for Brewster – the highest scorer all through England‘s triumphs within the Below-17 World Cup:

“It is troublesome for me to touch upon it proper now,” Gerrard stated. “It is one thing that the membership will look into and cope with. I would slightly speak about Rhian Brewster’s efficiency. I do not need to take any gloss off that as a result of he was very good.”

This is not the primary time Spartak Moscow has been accused of racial abuse. The Russian membership was discovered responsible after an investigation performed by UEFA confirmed that its followers had racially abused 18-year-old Liverpool winger and Nigeria-born Dutch youth worldwide Bobby Adekanye final September.