Mario Balotelli was at the centre of another racism row as UEFA investigate claims of abuse by Croatia fans.
European football's governing body are examining allegations of monkey chants and that a banana was hurled onto the pitch during Italy's 1-1 draw with Croatia in Poznan on Thursday.
Incident: A steward holds a banana thrown onto the pitch
The Manchester City forward, who before Euro 2012 said he would 'kill' anyone who racially abused him and walk off the pitch in protest, is already the subject of one probe.
UEFA are investigating reports that the 21-year-old was racially abused during Italy's game against Spain, but the evidence against Croatia has been gathered by an independent body.
A group calling itself 'FARE' (Football Against Racism in Europe) took to Twitter.
They wrote: 'FARE observers report between 300 and 500 supporters of Croatia involved in racially abusing Mario Balotelli at last night's match in Poznan.
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