Manchester United star Anthony Martial is exposed to more racist abuse on social media after his tie with West Bromwich Albion

Manchester United star Anthony Martial is exposed to more racist abuse on social media after his tie with West Bromwich Albion

Anthony Martial was subjected to more racist abuse on social media after Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion.

The Red Devils Forward received despicable messages on Instagram, which included slurs of the N-word and monkey emojis, on Sunday afternoon.

Several disgusting messages were sent to Martial on Instagram

Martial was replaced by Mason Greenwood in the 66th minute as United lost important points in the title race at Hawthorne.

West Brom took the lead through Mbaye Diani, but Bruno Fernandez equalized before the end of the first half.

Martial, who scored only four goals in the Premier League this season, has become the latest player to suffer racist abuse online.

it’s a Not the first time The Man United star has been abused this season with his team-mates Axel TuanzibiMarcus Rashford and many other black footballers.

Martial struggled for his form this season, but remained a key player in the Manchester United squad

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Martial struggled for his form this season, but remained a key player in the Manchester United squad

Football leaders have sent an open letter to social media companies calling on them to make more efforts to crack down on violations in the wake of the recent series of events.

Since then, Instagram has insisted it will impose tougher penalties in an effort to prevent violations.

Last week, former England and Aston Villa striker Gabi Agbonlahor urged Premier League stars are boycotting social media platforms.

After his Twitter account was deleted due to racist abuse, Agbonlahor told talkSPORT: “Seeing it happen a lot and how easy it is and no punishment… I’m sitting here thinking, the players and the sports stars, and people in general should boycott the app.

Agbonlahor deleted his Twitter account because it was leading a campaign to boycott him

Agbonlahor deleted his Twitter account because it was leading a campaign to boycott him

“Maybe this should happen.

“I just deleted the app from my phone, it disappeared, because there has to be something bigger to be done. We see that there is not enough punishment.
“It is something that we as individuals can do to make a difference.

“They won’t be bothered about not being there, but if the top Premier League stars and world stars get out of Twitter, I am telling you now that they will change their settings.”

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