The cross between De Paul and Cristiano and the Argentine’s “don’t cry”

As the minutes of the match between the manchester united and the Atletico Madrid for the second leg of the round of 16 Champions Leaguethe name of rodrigo de paulLittle by little, it began to climb positions in the trends of our country and also in Spain. And of course, it was not for less. The Argentine, who He was the second player who touched the most balls at the Aleti (59, behind the Mexican Herrera), he was one of the best on the field in the 1-0 win that ended up eliminating Cristiano Ronaldo’s Red Devils.

But the steering wheel of the Selection was not all game in social networks. His name also went viral due to a particular crossover, precisely with the figure of United. It is that in addition, to star in five robberies, to finish the game with 82% of correct passes and, among other things, being the one who finished off the goal the most for his team (there were two and one with a great save by De Gea), De Paul was talked about for facing CR7 at the end of the first half.

What happened? The Argentine fouled the Portuguese, who exaggerated the fall. Immediately, De Paul assured that he had not touched him, but the referee decided to admonish him. Hot, but always with a smile on his face, ROdri pointed at Cristiano and what he said was clearly read: “I didn’t touch you, I didn’t touch you, don’t cry.”

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As we said, The video and De Paul’s reaction did not take long to go viral on social networks and there were not a few who celebrated the attitude of the Argentine, who finally left Old Trafford with a smile for the victory against one of the heavyweights of Europe.

Harsh comments against Cristiano after United’s elimination

A week ago it was the turn of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, to a lesser extent, being the focus of criticism after the elimination of Paris Saint Germain from the Champions League. six days later, after the loss of Manchester United at home against Atl├ętico de Madrid, which meant a 2-1 aggregate for those led by Cholo Simeone and the departure of the Red Devils from the competition, today all criticism rested on another of the great figures in the world: Cristiano Ronaldo.

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And it was punctually the English press that charged against the Portuguese after the elimination in the round of 16: “Cristiano didn’t even get a shot on target, which, for a man who shoots all the time, is quite a rare achievement.” wrote the British newspaper The Telegraph about the performance of the Portuguese.


In addition, CR7, who was sharp after his hat-trick against Tottenham Hotspur, was also featured in the Daily Star and the Daily Mirror. “Cristiano Ronaldo produced a couple of his classic touches early in the match, but became a peripheral figure long before the end.”the BBC pointed out, referring to the little weight it had in the second half.


In The Times, on the other hand, they did not target Cristiano, but they had no mercy with Ralf Rangnick and assured that it was his last chance to save himself as a coach. “One by one, all chances of success have been closed, all that remains for United is an unworthy season and an unlikely race for fourth place in the Premier League.” opined the Times.

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