It has been highlighted that neither the Metropolitan Police nor the stadium safety officer at the Emirates stadium received any report of racism.
It is understood that a banana was thrown from the North stand, which is the section housing the Brazil fans. The 11,500 members of Scotland Supporters Club occupied the South Stand.
Any racial incident occuring at a football ground or in society should be taken very seriously and investigated thoroughly. At the moment it is unclear who thow the banana, however, the technology in football grounds can hopefully alleviate this.
Historically, when bananas were thrown on to football pitches at black players, this was seen as derrigotary racist behaviour. Stamping out racism in football grounds is one of the most successful parts of our campaign, achieved through the support of Football Authorities, clubs, and fans, who do not want to see this type of behaviour.
The Tartan Army in particular have been huge supporters of our campaign and are represented in a number of our educational DVDs, highlighting that there is no place for racism in football or society and it will not be tolerated within the Tartan Army.
The match commander at the game has commended the Scotland supporters for their behaviour.
The Scottish FA has contacted the Brazilian Football Federation and the match organisers, Kentaro, to inform them of the Scotland supporters' unhappiness at the unfounded accusations.
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