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< period itemprop=" dateModified" material=" 2019-12-06T14:40:56 +05:30" > Published: December

6, 2019 2:40:56 pm Indian football captain Sandesh Jhingan shared a video of a team of Bengaluru FC fans in a metro targeting a Kerala Blasters FC follower and criticised what he stated was ‘harassing’. In a string on Twitter on Friday, Jhingan questioned the society of off-field bullying and said that such instances turn right into ‘irrepressible hideous fights.’

Offering the instance of footballers who neglect their grudges once they leave the area, Jhingan criticised the event on Twitter and stated, “I do not recognize what you men achieve from doing this. Bullying a single guy such as this makes you seem like real enthusiastic followers? Makes you feel pleased with yousrself?”

” Simply picture yourself or your loved ones in that situation next as well as just how they will certainly feel because soon this all will certainly develop into irrepressible awful battles. Truthfully, do you all even consider the effects of all this?

” Yes, in the premises these small talks are fine and also fun however off the area not at all. Also we footballers leave our flights and grudges in the ground as well as outside we are once more accountable citizens of the nation. Please stop this intimidation in public places and don’t ruin the real meaning of fan society,” he tweeted.

” I’m not targeting or criticizing any type of set of fans, this is for every team of followers consisting of the KBFC fans. I’m requesting you done in general to quit harassing other people. Thats it,” Jhingan claimed in an additional tweet.

I’m not targeting or criticizing any collection of fans, this is for every group of followers consisting of the KBFC followers. I’m requesting you done in general to quit bullying other individuals. Thats it????

— Sandesh Jhingan (@SandeshJhingan) December 6, 2019

Sunil Chhetri scored the winning objective as Bengaluru FC beat Kerala Blasters 1-0 in an action-packed Indian Super League match at the Sree Kanteerava stadium on November 23. Chhetri racked up the victor with a dazzling header in the 55th minute to protect his side’s unbeaten record in the ISL.

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