“Your friend and coach made the wrong decision today”: Georgina, Ronaldo’s girlfriend, attacks Portugal’s manager

The girlfriend of Cristiano Ronaldo has criticized Portugal manager Fernando Santos once more for “underestimating” and “making the wrong decision.”

Cristiano Ronaldo’s better half, Georgina Rodriguez, bemoaned Portugal mentor Fernando Santos again for sidelining her accomplice in thier quarter-last match against Morocco.

In her Instagram story, she wrote, “Today your friend and coach made the wrong decision.” “That friend for whom you have so much respect and admiration. The same person who saw how everything changed when they put you on the field, but it was too late.

You cannot underestimate the most powerful weapon of the best player in the world. Even less should one advocate for those who do not deservingly deserve it. Life teaches us a lot. Today, we learn rather than lose. We appreciate you.

Ronaldo’s sister, Katia Aveiro, additionally posted the picture with the inscription: ” This breaks my heart: “Ultimately, it’s about ours, mine, and the pride I have in him and the story he wrote.” “Until death, we are together, my brother, with glory, much glory.

Elma, Ronaldo’s other sister, wrote: Waiting for the list of those responsible for this defeat: Portugal’s intelligent commentators (ooops, they’re gone). It’s hard to say whether they were worried about losing their jobs.

Sad, but you won’t carry that guilt with you. Sad for the team, but now raise your heads and move on—God knows everything. Following Portugal’s defeat to Morocco, Cristiano Ronaldo wept.

Ronaldo, who was 37 years old at the time, probably played in his final World Cup match and had a chance to win soccer’s biggest prize. He lacked the soccer magic that made him one of the best players ever to play the game, even when it was most important.

Ronaldo was dropped from the beginning arrangement for the subsequent straight match on Saturday. With his team already trailing, the five-time player of the year came on as a substitute in the second half, but his one real chance was easily saved by the opposing goalkeeper.

After the match, Ronaldo, who is the all-time leading scorer in men’s international soccer with 118 goals, did not discuss his future and went straight to the team bus from the locker room.

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