The winger had a T-shirt under his shirt with a message for the Real Madrid man
Around the 60th minute of the Valladolid 3-1 Barcelona match, Xavi Hernández replaced Raphinha, a starter at the Nuevo Zorrilla.
As the Brazilian made his way to the line to make the change, he took off his match shirt to display a message in support of his international teammate Vinicius, who received racist insults at Mestalla during Valencia's win over Real Madrid on Sunday.
The Barcelona winger wrote on the front of the shirt: "Until the colour of a man's skin is of no more significance than the colour of his eyes, me say war."
On the back of the shirt you could clearly read "TMJ VINI", which means "We are together/We are with you, Vini."
This phrase shown by Raphinha has been used before by the Real Madrid player, as explained by DAZN during the broadcast of the match.
Last September, just before the derby against Atlético Madrid, Vinicius posted a video on his social networks against racism in which this expression could be read.
They are lyrics from the song War by Song by Bob Marley and the Wailers.