Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha has been avoided with regard to the Ivory Coast crew to confront Mozambique and Cameroon, and is supposed to think about his worldwide future.
Wilfried Zaha is thinking about his International future, as indicated by Ivory Coast lead trainer Patrice Beaumelle.
The Crystal Palace forward, who has five objectives in 21 covers for the nation, has been avoided with regard to their most recent crew for the impending World Cup qualifiers against Mozambique and Cameroon.
Zaha took to Instagram on Saturday night to post screenshots of a number of racist messages he had received on social media following the match.
“This message isn’t for me to get a million messages saying we stand with you and it’s disgusting or about me getting sympathy,” Zaha posted on his Instagram story.
“I’m not here for all the nonsense that is being done instead of fixing the actual problem!
“I don’t mind abuse because nowadays it comes with doing the job I do even though it’s not an excuse but my colour will always be the real problem but it’s fine because I’ll always be BLACK AND PROUD!
“Speak to me when you actually take this issue seriously.”
The Crystal Palace forward, who has five goals in 21 caps for the country, has been left out of their latest squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Mozambique and Cameroon.
Zaha, who switched allegiance to the country of his birth in 2017, is one of a number of Premier League players expected to feature in the Africa Cup of Nations in January and February.
However, his omission from the latest squad has cast doubt on his participation in the tournament, which begins on January 9 in Cameroon.
Discussing the 28-year-old, Beaumelle said: “He (Zaha) asked not to come. He wants to reflect on the rest of his international career.”