Bolton striker Marvin Sordell alleges he was racially abused during Millwall match

The England Under-21 forward has made his club aware of incidents that occurred during their game at the New Den, and also took to Twitter to reveal his thoughts
Bolton striker Marvin Sordell has claimed he was racially abused during the Championship match against Millwall at the New Den.

Sordell has reported the incident, with a spokesman for the FA confirming that they would be investigating the 21-year-old’s claims.

Posting on Twitter, Sordell gave his view on the situation: "Putting the match aside, its 2012 in england and people are still shouting racial abuse at a football game!? #Shocking

"Chungy, Pratts, Benik and i had all sorts of things said to us. The police were standing yards away and did nothing...

"Funniest thing is if had come on and scored and gave them some back, i would be the one who got fined. #kickitout? Yeah im sure"

When asked from what set of supporters he believes the chants originated from, Sordell stated it was from a section of Millwall fans.

Bolton Wanderers have also confirmed they are aware of the situation: "Marvin Sordell has made Bolton Wanderers aware that he was subject to alleged racial abuse during today's game against Millwall."