RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - OCTOBER 11: Vinicius Tanque of Botafogo celebrates a scored goal during the match between Botafogo and Chapecoense as part of Brasileirao Series A 2017 at Engenhao Stadium on October 11, 2017 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alexandre Loureiro/Getty Images)

Revo episode of racism in Spanish football. The match between Atletico Baleares and Atletico B that was played this Sunday at Cerro del Espino experienced an embarrassing situation and typical of times that seemed exiled when the forward of the Balearic team, Vinicius Tanque, received cries of monkey and simian sounds by a sector of the stands.

Atletico Madrid and has apologized to Atletico Baleares and will investigate what happened potential liabilities related to debug.

The referee of the meeting, Munarriz Mateos, did not include it in the minutes and in the absence of a complaint, the Integrity Committee of the Spanish Federation is ex officio investigating the verbal attack suffered by the Brazilian forward. The insults and racist sounds could be heard perfectly on the television broadcast and began when the visiting players protested a penalty awarded against them. After that, the fans continued with their racist insults to Vinicius Tanque.