Yesterday, Cristiano Ronaldo (38 years old) made headlines. During the cup match against Al-Ettifaq, the Portuguese stood out with his behavior. After his team’s goal was clearly disallowed for offside, the former Real Madrid player, who found it unfair, asked to replace the match referee. He pointed to the man with a whistle and then made a substitution signal with his hands. All with a smile on his face. This is a position that those present in the stands considered inappropriate.
Some did not greet him during the meeting. Indeed, some opposition supporters called him “Messi.” CR7, who was laughing in yellow, ordered them to be quiet. It must be said that a few hours ago, the Portuguese international drew attention to himself after a message he published on social networks about the 2022 world champion. He had responded with a “dead laughing” emoji to what journalist Tomas Roncero published. The latter who works in the media in Madrid like. Known to not be the biggest fan of La Pulga, he took on the 2023 Ballon d’Or winner.
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“It happened as we knew it. They gave another Ballon d’Or to Messi. He went to retire at Miami, even though he already looked like he retired at PSG in preparation for the World Cup. Messi has eight Ballon d’Ors, and he should have had five. He has the Ballon d’Or For Iniesta or Xavi, Lewandowski, who won 6 titles in one season, and Haaland, who was Europe’s top scorer. CR7, who commented on this message while laughing, angered many football fans as well as the media.
In Argentina, we inevitably came to defend the national myth. Ole books : “Apart from the sad opening of Roncero, who speaks poorly about Messi, what caught attention was the appearance of Cristiano Ronaldo among the comments (…) the Portuguese, who was not even one of the 30 candidates for the 2023 Ballon d’Or.” He liked the post and also commented with four smiley emojis. Yes, it seems that Roncero is not the only one who was pained to see Messi named the best player in the world.
England does not spare him
I’m still in Argentina TC Sport Comment on this departure from the Portuguese. “Cristiano Ronaldo’s controversial reaction in a post against Lionel Messi’s Ballon d’Or. The Portuguese supported by admiring and commenting on a video clip of a Spanish journalist who described the Rosario player’s reward as “undeserved.” In England, the country where CR7 played for Manchester United, fingers are also being pointed at the Lusitanian star. “What is this, Ron? Cristiano Ronaldo’s ‘shameful’ response to crazy claims that Lionel Messi ‘stolen’ three Ballon d’Or was made by fans”Title the sun.
The British tabloid then explains: “The two men have had a rivalry for the ages. Over the years, they have battled for the title of best player in the world. But Messi’s eighth Ballon d’Or win puts him three titles ahead of Ronaldo’s five and, in the eyes of many, ends the debate. Some fans point out that the star The Portuguese feels some pain because he fell further behind his opponent (…) Although it is not yet clear what the Al-Nasr star’s response means, many fans indicated that he was not happy about Messi winning another ball. ‘O.’
Spain is also talking about it
Football fans were also questioned about this topic. Someone said: “I cannot believe how embarrassing this behavior is. He simply has not accepted that the discussion is over.” Another commented: “Cristiano Ronaldo is very childish, he is a goat in the eyes of some people. The Ballon d’Or that Messi got really hurt this man.” In Spain, Mundo DeportivoThe pro-Barcelona media dealt with the 38-year-old player. He added: “Even if Cristiano Ronaldo had absolutely nothing to do with the ceremony because he did not mention his name, he entered into the controversy through his reaction to a publication by a journalist who was not supportive of the decision to award it to the Argentine.” »
Comments are less harsh in Portugal, a CR7 country. CNN He wrote about him: “Cristiano Ronaldo reacted subtly to Lionel Messi’s eighth Ballon d’Or win.” The sound of the bell is similar on one sideOgogo orApollo. “Cristiano Ronaldo did not comment on the Ballon d’Or ceremony via social networks, but he responded to the post regarding the analysis of journalist Tomas Roncero, deputy director of AS newspaper, who criticized the awarding of the award to Lionel Messi, for the eighth time. Finally, in terms of the Saudi press, we did not necessarily mention the release of CR7. It is logically attributing the 2034 World Cup above all else to the headlines there.