Schalke apologise after Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Youssoufa Moukoko suffers racist abuse from supporters throughout Below-19 derby on Sunday
- Youssoufa Moukoko scored a hat-trick in Dortmund Below-19s’ win over Schalke
- The striker helped his facet to a 3-2 victory on Sunday however suffered racist abuse
- Schalke apologised for his or her followers’ behaviour within the youth crew match on Sunday
- The 15-year-old is hoping to play for the Dortmund first-team later this season
Schalke has apologized for its followers’ racist abuse of Borussia Dortmund youth participant Youssoufa Moukoko throughout a match between the rival golf equipment’ under-19 sides on Sunday.
Kicker journal reported that some Schalke followers directed ‘nasty insults’ at Moukoko, who scored a hat trick within the under-19s’ 3-2 Ruhr derby win on Sunday, after he scored his third objective with a protracted vary strike within the 63rd minute.
The Schalke Twitter account posted on Sunday: ‘We are able to solely apologise for the behaviour of a few of our followers in the direction of Youssoufa #Moukoko at at present’s U19s match.
Dortmund’s Youssoufa Moukoko obtained racial taunts in an Below-19 match at Schalke
Schalke apologised on Sunday following the abuse after striker Moukoko scored a hat-trick
‘Derby feelings apart, we utterly condemn and oppose such insults.’
In a tweet with the hashtag ‘NoToRacism,’ the membership mentioned its supporter relations division ‘will take the mandatory measures.’
Moukoko, 15, is a highly-rated teen and might be eligible for Dortmund’s senior crew when he turns 16 on November 20.
The treble on Sunday was his third hat trick in three aggressive video games after a 3-Zero cup win in opposition to SV Wehen Wiesbaden and 5-Zero league win at Preussen Munster.
Moukoko guided his crew to a 3-2 win over the weekend and is aiming to play for the first-team
Moukoko was born in Cameroon however has represented Germany’s youth groups and under-16 and under-20 degree.
He was within the ranks of fellow German facet St Pauli and performed for his or her under-13 crew however moved to the Dortmund academy in 2016.