Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster was visibly angry and had to be restrained by teammates and coaching staff at the final whistle of the team's 2-0 home win over Spartak in a UEFA Youth League match.
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Brewster, 17, informed match referee Mohammed Al-Hakim that one of the Spartak defenders had said something to him during the closing stages of the match and the message was passed on to the fourth official Scott Oldham.
Liverpool Under-19 coach Steven Gerrard told the Liverpool Echo: "It's hard for me to comment on it right now".
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Murali, a first-generation student, hailed from Dulapur village in Jagadevpur Mandal, Medak district. Murali - reportedly a physics topper - was a first-year student of MSc in the university.
"It's hard for me to comment on it right now". The make-shift left-back then whipped in a cracking ball to the back post, finding the in-coming Mane.
Liverpool lodged a similar complaint against Spartak after Brewster's team-mate Bobby Adekanye was racially abused by the Russian club's fans during the reverse fixture in September.
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