Mérida (EFE).- Information from the British newspaper The Guardian about racist insults to Vinicius in the Mallorca-Real Madrid match, held last February, has been one of the texts in English that has entered the entrance exams to the University (EBAU) that began this Tuesday in Extremadura.
The article stated that in a video published by the Dazn network on its social networks, racist insults were heard by some Mallorca fans towards the Brazilian striker.
In the test, the students were asked if Vinicius was the player who received the most fouls in the match and if the Mallorca coach, Javier Aguirre, confirmed that his players had the Real Madrid player in their sights.
The journalistic information said that he was the one who received the most fouls, 10, the highest number of the season up to that moment.
Another of the questions has been about the police action in the game, in which Mallorca won 1-0, and the fourth and last about whether the president of LaLiga, Javier Tebas, had supported Vinicius’s accusations about racism in the Spanish competition.
Students could choose three of the four questions.