Cristiano Ronaldo’s sister exploded by criticism of the star: “Heartless, stupid and ungrateful Portuguese”

Cristiano Ronaldo is at the center of criticism for Portugal’s defeat against Spain (Reuters)

Cristiano Ronaldo has been in the eye of Portuguese criticism this past year and after the defeat against Spain by UEFA Nations League Tuesday part of the press and many fans questioned whether the captain of the Portuguese team should continue to be a starter. In this context, the one who got angry was Katia Aveirothe soccer player’s sister.

The woman recognized that the forward of the Man Utd is not having his best moment -he has barely scored one goal in the season with his club- but he maintained that these are the moments in which the fans should support the 37-year-old scorer: “’You have to lend a hand to those who have always given the yours to Portugal. But the Portuguese are sick, petty, heartless, stupid and always ungrateful. This guy who is sitting, he is on his knees… There is no one to give him a hand,’” he wrote in an Instagram post.

“But the current times do not surprise me at all. The Portuguese spit on the plate they eat, it has always been this way”, shot Kátia, who assured that only the loved ones of CR7 They are with him: “He has his family and those who love him by his side. They will always be by his side, no matter what happens. That’s why when someone rises from the ashes and changes their mentality, it upsets… Always with you, my king. Take it easy”.

One of Cristiano Ronaldo’s sister’s posts

In addition, he insisted with his opinion that his brother is the best player on the planet: “He is cruel. And he was already so much, but so much that he gave and gives. The one sitting down is called Cristiano Ronaldo and he is simply the best player in the world.”.

It should be remembered that Ronaldo37, is the top scorer in the history of the Portugal national team with 117 goals, and he also has two titles: Euro 2016 and the UEFA Nations League 2019. But despite everything, his age and his scoring drought has caused criticism to arise against him and against the coach for continuing to maintain his ownership. His next big goal is Qatar World Cup, where he shares a group with Ghana, Uruguay and South Korea.

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