Marko Arnautovic apologises for ‘saying “I’m f***ing your Albanian mother”‘ against North Macedonia

Austria’s former West Ham star Marko Arnautovic apologises for ‘shouting “I’m f***ing your Albanian mother”‘ in celebration against North Macedonia, as he claims ‘I’m not a racist… I’ve mates in nearly each nation’

Marko Arnautovic has denied being a racist after the previous West Ham made an offensive slur against North Macedonia, with the Austrian issuing an apology following Sunday’s victory.

The attacker bought on the scoresheet to wrap up a 3-1 victory for Franco Foda’s aspect in a heated Group C conflict wherein gamers from either side have been concerned in bust ups all through.

And former Stoke and West Ham star Arnautovic allegedly made a racial slur following his late strike, saying ‘I’m f***ing your Albanian mom’ within the course of Ezgjan Alioski, based on Koha.

Marko Arnautovic has apologised for a slur made on Sunday, however says he isn’t a racist

The cause for the slur seems to narrate to the Balkan War, wherein Serbia and Albania come into battle over the Kosovo area. Arnautovic, whose father is Serbian, got here to blows with Alioski, who can converse Albanian.

Austria captain David Alaba was seen holding Arnautovic’s jaw to cease the striker from talking. Only when he stopped chatting with Alioski did the previous Bayern Munich man launch his grip. 

Arnautovic has escaped a ban of £7,600 for the assertion, with followers calling for UEFA to ban the feisty 32-year-old following the incident.  

According to reports, Arnautovic allegedly told Ezgjan Alioski 'I'm f***ing your Albanian mother'

According to studies, Arnautovic allegedly instructed Ezgjan Alioski ‘I’m f***ing your Albanian mom’ 

Austria captain Alaba held Arnautovic's jaw, it is understood, to stop him from speaking

Austria captain Alaba held Arnautovic’s jaw, it’s understood, to cease him from talking

The 32-year-old posted a statement on social media to insist he is not racist and has 'friends from almost every country'

The 32-year-old posted a press release on social media to insist he isn’t racist and has ‘mates from nearly each nation’

The Austrian has taken to social media to apologise for the slur, earlier than insisting that he’s not a racist and has ‘mates in nearly each nation’.

‘There have been some heated phrases yesterday within the feelings of the sport for which I want to APOLOGIZE – particularly to my mates from North Macedonia and Albania,’ he wrote.

‘I want to say one factor very clearly: I AM NOT A RACIST! I’ve mates in nearly each nation and I stand for variety. Everyone who is aware of me is conscious of that.’ 

In 2018, Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri have been fined £7,600 every after the Swiss duo, who’ve Albanian hyperlinks, celebrated by placing their arms collectively to kind a double-headed eagle, just like the one on the Albanian flag.

Sportsmail has contacted UEFA for remark.  


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