Spanish Institute of LGBT phobia drew attention to the inappropriate behavior of fans of “Barcelona” during the match with the “Real”.
The organization filed a complaint with the State Commission on combating violence in sport, which served as a pretext for the fans shouting homophobic “Barcelona” in the address Cristiano Ronaldo.
During a moment of silence in memory of Johan Cruyff, the crowd came cries of “Cristiano Ronaldo – fagot”.
“Such acts must be punished according to the law on sport which came into force in 2007, – the head of the organization to oversee the manifestations of homophobia Francisco Ramirez. In recent years, players and referees have repeatedly been victims of homophobic insults . However, to date not taken any measures to counter that would show that such behavior is unacceptable. Homophobia has no place in Spanish football”.
Ramirez said that for several months, Ronaldo is a constant object of insults and rumors about his sexual orientation on the part of journalists, players and fans of the opposing team.