Cagliari fans shout to Kean, foreground left, after he scored his side’s second goal Tuesday.
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Yaya Toure responded with fury and Raheem Sterling with mockery after manager Massimiliano Allegri and teammates said Juventus youngster Moise Kean shared the blame for racist abuse by Cagliari fans.Toure, who was speaking at UEFA's Equal Game conference at Wembley, said he hoped the Italian football authorities would respond in a determined fashion to the chants and to Allegri's lukewarm defense of his player.Allegri and fellow goalscorer Leonardo Bonucci both said Kean had not helped himself.Toure, the former Ivory Coast captain, said Allegri should have offered his full support to Kean.The negative comments by Allegri and Bonucci to Kean's actions contrasts to the praise showered on Sterling.
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