Ronaldo was among the most attacked by Portuguese fans after the defeat to Spain, in which the number 7 did not seem to live up to his fame. But his sister Katia, as always, comes to the rescue …

    Don’t touch my Cristiano. A concept that over the years the Portuguese entourage has declined in a different but always very compact way. When there is any criticism of the five-time Golden Ball, you can be sure that someone close to him, including family and close friends, will respond by return of post. Therefore, he could only go like this this time too. Ronaldo was among the most attacked by Portuguese fans after the defeat to Spain, in which the number 7 did not seem to live up to his fame and his records. And the behavior of the supporters is not at all liked by Katia Aveiro, the sister of CR7, who explains the Sun took the floor on Instagram to answer.

    And as always, no trace of diplomacy on his part … “Cristiano has his family and those who love him at his side. And these people will always be on his side, regardless of everything. But what happens right now. it doesn’t surprise me at all. The Portuguese spit into the plate where they ate, it’s always been like this. ” A real attack on those who for years supported CR7 and rejoiced thanks to his performances with the national team, but who now criticize him and point to him as the main problem of Fernando Santos’ selection. And it doesn’t end there, because Katia Aveiro still has a lot to say.

    “We must help those who have always given everything for Portugal, but the Portuguese are mean, mean, soulless, stupid and forever ungrateful. There is a boy who is on the ground, on his knees, and nobody gives him a hand. He is cruel, because he has given and is giving a lot. The one on the ground is called Cristiano Ronaldo and he is only the best player in the world. ” In short, he certainly does not draw a good air in the parts of Lisbon, a month and a half from the start of the World Cup. Knowing CR7, the criticisms that rained down on him could also serve as a spur, but it is also true that the match with Spain showed a Ronaldo who physically seemed a shadow of himself. Is it possible that the weight of the years is starting to be felt? Maybe, but in fact a little gratitude to the Funchal phenomenon at home could also show it …

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