Romelu Lukaku insists England should have called off their game against Montenegro after racist chants hurled towards England players during their European qualifier.
Racism has been a matter of serious concern and football authorities across the world have taken up serious steps to curb this heinous thing from football.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Danny Rose was a victim of racist abuse while a lighter was directed towards Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi during the match.
A number of players in recent past have walked off the pitch as a mark of protest and the Manchester United forward feels the Three Lions should have done the same.
“England should have walked off I think, personally.
“To make a statement. I have seen it happen in countries and then the team would get sentenced and stuff like that. For some players, it gives us an edge, but other players can overreact, then you make a foul and you are a man down.
“It’s something that us players have to stand up and talk about, so the people in top positions do something. It should be fixed and sorted because football is a multicultural game.
“We do a lot of stuff for a lot of people, so let’s not forget about the racism issue. I hope we can fix it, It’s going to take time.”