Manchester United forward Jesse Lingard has been the latest victim to racism following their 3-0 win over Derby.
Jesse Lingard was abused by several people who turned up as Manchester United were leaving Derby.
The abuse caught Lingard who was angered as he turned and faced the fans at that time.
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Also aware of the same was teammate Luke Shaw who posed for a while as they entered the bus.
The viral video has caught the attention of many who condemned such incidents in modern football.
Manchester United responded to the video promising to work with Derby to trace down the perpetrators.
Lingard joins Eric Dier who defended his brother during Tottenham clash with Norwich in the FA Cup.
Dier could be seen facing the fan involved in the act as the fan fled the field out of shame.
In December Lingard and Fred were victims of racism during the Red Devil’s clash with Manchester City.
Lingard described the statement as unacceptable even though it was a derby.