Video: Robert Lewandowski’s brilliant response to Poland fans booing England players for taking a knee

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Robert Lewandowski showed his class by pointing to the ‘Respect’ logo on his shirt in response to Poland fans booing England’s players for taking a knee at the start of last night’s game.

England and Poland played out a 1-1 draw in Warsaw, but there was some drama before the match even kicked off as England players once again faced some hostility for their gesture against racism and other forms of discrimination.

Lewandowski didn’t look too impressed to see the home crowd booing England for taking a knee, and seemed to call for respect from the fans by clearly pointing to the logo on his sleeve, as seen in the video clip below…

Fair play to England for continuing to do this despite so much criticism even from some politicians here in the UK during Euro 2020 this summer.

As the disgraceful treatment of Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford after their missed penalties in the Euro 2020 final shows, we still have serious issues with racism and it’s important to raise awareness in any way possible.

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  1. Lewandowski Is a fine player. But what makes him the standard for morality? Goal.com? The England players take a knee against systematic racism. Can they point to a system that discriminates against a minority in UK or in the USA? They can’t. Because there are laws against that. Now there is a global power in China that puts their entire 2 million Muslim minority in a labor camp. Why don’t they take a knee against that? Why doesn’t goal.com write about it?

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