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Cristiano Ronaldo’s partner Georgina Rodriguez tears apart Portugal boss Fernando Santos after shock World Cup exit

Portugal have been knocked out of the FIFA World Cup 2022 after their 0-1 loss to Morocco within the quarter-final on Saturday. Morocco received the lead by 1-0 when Youssef En-Nesyri scored within the forty second minute and the lead prevailed until full time. With the win, Morocco emerged as the primary African nation to succeed in the semi-final of the distinguished event.

It was heart-break for Portugal striker and celebrity footballer Cristiano Ronaldo as he could not win the coveted World Cup Trophy regardless of making 5 appearnces within the event. The 37-year-old was extraordinarily disillusioned after the match outcomes. In the all-important quarter-final, Ronaldo was as soon as once more not part of the beginning XI after being benched earlier within the spherical of 16 towards Switzerland.

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After Portugal’s exit from the World Cup, Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez lashed out at Portugal crew’s supervisor Fernando Santos on Instagram.

“Today your friend and coach decided wrong.That friend for whom so many words of admiration and respect you have. The same as when you got into the game, he saw how everything changed, but it was too late. You can’t underestimate the best player in the world, his most powerful weapon. Nor can you stand up for someone that he doesn’t deserve it. Life gives us lessons. Today we have not lost, we have learned. Cristiano, we admire you,” she posted.

Screengrab of Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez publish(Georgina Rodriguez Instagram)

Earlier, media reviews have been printed that Ronaldo had threatened to depart the Portugal World Cup squad after a heated argument with the supervisor over him being benched towards Switzerland.

Meanwhile supervisor Santos responded to critics over his choice of not permitting Ronaldo within the beginning XI in two consecutive knockout matches.

“No, I don’t think so, no regrets.This was a team that played very well against Switzerland. Cristiano is a great player, he came in when we thought it was necessary. No, I have no regrets,”the 68-year-old Santos stated post-match.


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