No it's not, not even in the slightest. Any black player from any country would have been booed that night and that is the whole point of the matter. Look at this way; England get beaten by Holland then some innocent Dutchman get beaten up, England get beaten by Denmark and some innocent Dane get kicked in, England get beaten by Germany and some innocent German gets smacked. Now Spain play England and the black players are booed, Spain plays the US and the black players are booed, Spain plays South Africa and the black players are booed. See the common link there? One is blatant thuggery (hating a group, if only briefly, because their team beat ours) and the other is blatant racism (Hating someone of a different colour because, well, they're a different colour) That's a poor way of trying to argue against my point, it really is. I disproved your accusation of English 'racism' above and as a result don't need to answer this really appaling use of logic.