The Trent Alexander-Arnold of liverpool says after monkey chants were directed at Romelu Lukaku in a match against Cagliari fans and teams should be punished for racism. The Inter Milan striker was targeted during the 2-1 win over Cagliari on Saturday 1, however, the German FA’s athletic justice panel ruled on Wednesday that the chants couldn’t be regarded as discriminatory in terms of the”scale and realisation”. Alexander-Arnold states all groups and their supporters must be punished in soccer games for incidents of discrimination. “Obviously I believe that the Italian FA had their reasons for not punishing them [Cagliari] but I believe every team ought to be punished. Every team’s fans ought to be punished for all those sorts of activities,” the Liverpool full-back mentioned. “It shouldn’t be happening in the sport, nowadays especially. I believe it’s disappointing to find that. “But I am confident that Lukaku particularly is really a strong enough character to break through that, like you have seen straightaway -he believed the punishment and managed to close the fans up straightaway. “This was a positive for him and I am sure he will bounce back from this and continue doing what he can, scoring goals.” After getting misuse in the wake of conceding a penalty liverpool left-back Andy Robertson deactivated his Twitter account. Alexander-Arnold states the players will rally around Robertson and also be sure that the Scotsman gets all of the support he needs from his team-mates. “He’s emotionally a very powerful personality, so I’m certain whatever reason he had for doing that was for the very best for him personally ,” Alexander-Arnold added. “So, I think if we see each other next, it’ll be obviously to observe how he is, make sure that nothing is too bad. I think all of the lads would have texted him and spoken to himpersonally, to be sure everything will be OK.” Read more here: