More monkey chants in Italy as Dortmund's Batshuayi targeted by Atalanta fans

More monkey chants in Italy as Dortmund's Batshuayi targeted by Atalanta fans

More monkey chants in Italy as Dortmund's Batshuayi targeted by Atalanta fans

Borussia Dortmund have condemned alleged racist chants from Atalanta fans as "completely unacceptable" after Michy Batshuayi claimed he was subjected to them during Thursday's Europa League clash.

The Belgium worldwide scored twice in BVB's 3-2 first leg win over Atalanta, which helped the Bundesliga side progress 4-3 on aggregate after drawing the second leg 1-1 on Thursday night.

Batshuayi has taken to Twitter to condemn the Italian fans' actions at Reggio Emilia's Mapei Stadium. The Belgium global wrote that he heard "monkey noises" from the Atalanta fans during the game.

The Belgium worldwide, on loan from Chelsea, wrote on Twitter that fans at Reggio Emilia's Mapei Stadium made monkey noises during the 1-1 draw. In January, the club was fined and saw their stands closed for a match due to the racist chants against Napoli's Senegalese defender, Kalidou Koulibaly.

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Struggling to earn minutes or the trust of Antonio Conte at Chelsea, Batshuayi joined Dortmund on loan on transfer deadline day in the winter window.

"I'll be honest, I didn't hear them".

The Belgian striker has scored 5 goals in his first 3 appearances including the crucial injury-time victor against Atalanta to make it 3-2 in the first leg.

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