West Bromwich Albion defender Tosin Adaraboyo has reacted to Raheem Sterling's alleged racist abuse, which transitioned to discussions about media coverage of black players in the English Premier League.
The 24-year-old's racism incident happened during Chelsea's 2-0 win over Manchester City at Stamford Bridge, which halted their unbeaten run in the English top-flight.
In reaction to it, the England international took to social media on Sunday to voice his displeasure with a screenshot of an article related to his City teammate Adarabioyo, on loan at West Bromwich Albion the Championship.
Sterling noted the difference in the reportage of the Anglo-Nigerian and Phil Foden [both City players] and called for an improved coverage of black youngsters in an effort to curb racism in football.
In his show of support, the Man City loanee shared a picture that shows both of them in good spirits, backed with a heartfelt message.
'When they try to abuse and bring us down but God has protected you from all angles," Adarabioyo wrote on Instagram.
“Another year of prosperity.”
Adarabioyo has enjoyed improved playing time this term with 14 league appearances for Darren Moore's side who are fifth in the Championship table.