Chelsea star, Eden Hazard, has offered his support to Raheem Sterling, after the Manchester City winger suffered alleged racist abuse in their 2-0 win on Saturday.
The Blues have already suspended four fans and are assisting police in their investigation of the incident.
Hazard, who set up both of Chelsea's goals, has slammed the abuse Sterling received and says the supporter in question was not a "proper" fan.
"The only thing I can say is I support the player. Sterling is a fantastic player.
"There is an investigation, so we don't know what will happen. Proper Chelsea fans just sing for Chelsea and enjoy the game.
"I am fully supportive of Raheem and this sort of racism cannot be in the stadium anymore," Hazard told Sky Sports News.