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BLSZ 1 week six encounter between Unione Fc and Inter CDF was supposed to be the best of Blsz1 game so far since both teams were undefeated. The match wasn’t a disappointment, it was exciting and full of action from the first blast of the referee’s whistle. Inter was down by 1-0 in the first 15 minutes from lack of concentration in the midfield, shortly after that the second goal was add as a result defensive blunders.

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The second goal seems to be what Internationale boys wanted as they took control of the game and put Unione guys under pressure and got a goal from Edo Kingsley before halftime. On resumption of the second half, Inter made it 2-2 from Toth Sandor who also added the third, Rumen Kerekov made it 4.

Though the officiating looks to be good but the intention of the referee and his assistants were clear to the Internationale boys who endured all the racial insults including spitting on Inter player ( Queson ). The referee completely refused to do something except to wait for Inter players to react so that he can issue his red card as it has always been this season. However, the boys kept their heads and concentrated on what they were out to do, which was to win the match.

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After the referee had sounded his final whistle, the Unione Fc player  (Szabó Tibor) who was involved in the spitting incident had to tackle down Queson in front of the referee. Again the match officials, it seems were the only people in the stadium that couldn’t  or wouldn’t  noticed what was happening. As a result the French boy refused to let go the second incident and continued his protest outside the pitch because of the continued insult that he was receiving  from the Unione fc player.

However, Szabó Tibor confess and offered his apology to the French boy who regarded it as too little too late.