Manchester United forward Alejandro Garnacho may face disciplinary action from the English Football Association, according to breaking news from England on Thursday evening.
According to rumours, Alejandro Garnacho could face disciplinary action after using gorilla emojis in a picture to celebrate Andre Onana’s penalty save in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night.
Although Alejandro Garnacho withdrew the social media post after being informed of the potential racist implications, the English FA is aware of it and may penalise him with violating guidelines for racially sensitive social media posts.
Manchester United won their first UEFA Champions League match of the season in spectacular manner. Andre Onana stopped a last-second penalty against Copenhagen to preserve the Red Devils’ hopes of qualifying from the group stage alive.
The world praised Cameronian International’s spectacular save, and their youngster Alejandro Garnacho making the post may mean he faces disciplinary action for his post. The screenshot below is of Alejandro Garnacho’s deleted social media post.
Although some fans believe he did not intend to racially insult his teammates, the teenager is likely to face disciplinary action once the FA completes its investigation.