The attacker of the New England Revolution called on society to ‘do better’ after being the victim of abuse after Thursday’s match
Canadian star Tajon Buchanan revealed the racial abuse he received on social media after scoring against Mexico on Thursday, saying that “we as a society need to do better”.
Buchanan scored a great goal on Thursday, but it was not enough as Canada fell 2-1 to Mexico in the semi-finals of the Gold Cup.
After the match, Buchanan reported on social media and was greeted by numerous examples of racism directed at him, while the attacker of the New England Revolution later responded with a message thanking those who supported him.
What was said?
“Unhappy ending, but very grateful to achieve my first international goal and be part of this special group,” he said on Instagram. ‘Another big step forward on our journey and I could no longer be proud of everyone during this golden cup.
‘Those who know me personally know that I usually prefer to stay with myself, but I’m not going to pretend I did not see the racial abuse. we as a society need to do better. A special thank you to those for the constant love and support. “
The young Canadian winger has appeared as a star in recent months and shone in MLS to earn interest from abroad.
Buchanan, 22, contributed three goals and three assists in 12 games for the Revs before heading to the Gold Cup this summer, and Thursday’s end was his first international goal.
In the hours that reached the goal, rumors began to circulate that Buchanan was connecting with Europe, and Bruce Arena, coach of the Rev., acknowledged that there were offers.
“Well, we have offers, and those are, in my opinion, substantial amounts, at least in my income group,” Arena said on 98.5 The Sports Hub.
“We are very determined that we will not move any players this year, and if there is a move, it will be made in January. I have spoken to clubs in four different countries in Europe who are interested. [in Buchanan], and some of our other players as well.
‘This is the economy of our sport: transfers, it’s all part of it, but I believe it now [ownership] This is how we feel, we want to keep our team together this year and see if we can be a little more successful as we enter the playoffs. “