Rhian Brewster scored three as England beat Brazil 3-1 in October 2017. (Reuters)
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Liverpool's teenage forward Rhian Brewster said he has been the target of racial abuse while representing the Premier League club and England since the age of 12 .Brewster told the Guardian he and other black players were subject to racial epithets and monkey chants in UEFA Youth League matches and when playing for England's Under-17 World Cup-winning team.Brewster described being racially abused by players during UEFA Youth League matches against Sevilla and Spartak Moscow, and though the incidents were reported to match officials, either no action was taken or the consequences were relatively mild.Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp praised Brewster's courage.
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