Kingsley Coman, Aurelien Tchouameni and Randal Kolo Muani, Face Racially Abuse with vile messages on social media

Aurelien Tchouameni Kingsley Coman and Randal Kolo Muani

French Trio, Kingsley Coman, Aurelien Tchouameni and Randal Kolo Muani, has been faced with being racially abuse with vile messages on social media after France failed to win back the worldcup on Sunday. The Athletic reported on Monday that the three black France who came later in the game where racially abused for failing to convert a one-on-one and a penalty shutout.





Tchouameni and Coman missed penalties in the shootout, while Kolo Muani missed a chance to win the game in extra-time.  A spokesperson for Meta told The Athletic: ‘We don’t want racist abuse on Instagram, and we’ve removed the disgusting comments for breaking our rules.

‘We also want to help protect people from having to see this abuse in the first place, which is why we’ve developed Hidden Words, a feature that filters offensive comments and DMs, and Limits, which hides comments and DMs from people who don’t follow you, or only followed you recently.

‘We’re in touch with players and their teams directly, to offer them support and help them turn on these tools.’


Real Madrid’s Tchouameni has limited comments on his Instagram posts. Kolo Muani of Eintracht Frankfurt has completely turned them off. Coman, of Bayern Munich, however, left his comment section open.

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