The German men’s Olympic soccer team left the pitch five minutes before the end of a warm-up match against Honduras after allegedly racist insults one of their players.

The team hit Honduras in preparation for the 2020 Olympics starting next week and participated in shorter games to test their fitness in Japan.

The Germans were 1-1 with their Central American opponents, with Germany equalizing thanks to a goal from Felix Uduokhai.

However, the players left the field five minutes before the end of the game, with the team’s Twitter account claiming that the players had decided to leave because of racist abuse against Hertha Berlin defender Jordan Torunarigha.

The national team of Honduras then confirmed that the game had been abandoned after “an allegedly racist insult” against a German player.

However, they insisted that Germany’s stance came about because of a “misunderstanding on the field”.

Uni withdraws offer from a student for racist abuse by the English trio

A university withdrew an offer from a student after racist abuse against English players after the EURO 2020 final.

Video footage circulated on Instagram from a Snapchat group chat, in which a person was heard using racist language to Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka, who each missed penalties in the shooting at Wembley Stadium.

A spokesman for Nottingham Trent University said: “This allegation does not affect an NTU student. We do not tolerate any form of discrimination, including racism.

“We dealt with this matter immediately and withdrew an offer from an applicant.”