Football clubs and football players around the world joined in protesting George Floyd’s death at the hand officer Derek Chauvin

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Last week, officer Derek Chauvin and 3 other white officers of the Minneapolis police department watched a black, man died after they knelt on his neck and back.  The family’s independent autopsy report says George Floyd’s cause of death was asphyxiation from sustained pressure. As a result, there are many public outcries to condemn the killing and footballer and football clubs from around the world showed their support today.

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#blackouttuesday we stand with #georgefloyd

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Thank you @chelseafc for speaking for #georgefloyd

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#BlackOutTuesday✊🏾

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#BLM #blackouttuesday

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Juventus forward, Cristian Ronaldo is yet to say anything about the killing of George Floyd, while Lionel Messi said something already.