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‘Leave the National Team’: Cristiano Ronaldo’s sister after he was benched vs Switzerland in last 16 of FIFA World Cup

The controversy over star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo on being benched in Portugal’s spherical of 16 conflict towards Switzerland on the FIFA World Cup 2022, has taken a recent flip. Ronaldo’s sister Katia Aveiro has added gasoline to the hearth by stating that she actually wished the 37-year-old to ditch the nationwide group and are available house for the ‘disrespect’ meted out to him.

Ronaldo’s sister expressed her emotions on your entire matter and stated that whereas she was glad that Portugal gained and new abilities rose to the event, she could not come to phrases with the insult meted out to her brother.

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“Portugal won. Thank God. New talents shone. Amazing. Are we going to win this? I believe so!! On the field they shouted for Ronaldo. It wasn’t because Portugal was winning…,” Aveiro started, as relayed by The Sun.

“And I’m not saying this. The world watched… Why is it??? I’m glad Portugal gained… (I’ve seen Portugal win so many occasions). And even this does not invalidate the smallness of a big a part of the Portuguese folks. And that is what just isn’t proper, as a result of they proceed to curse, they proceed to insist on offence and ingratitude. Too unhappy with what I learn and listen to not right here in Qatar however in my nation in his nation… But actually unhappy. AND I WANTED IT SO MUCH,” she explained.

“I really wanted him to come home, leave the national team and sit next to us so we could hug him and say that everything is fine, remind him of what he conquered and what home he came from,” she added.

Earlier, reports were published in the media that Ronaldo had a heated discussion with manager Fernando Santos, over him being not a part of the starting XI against Switzerland. It was reported that he had threatened to leave the national team and head back home. However, later Portugal authorities had issued a statement refuting the claims made in the media. Also Ronaldo took to Twitter on Thursday, to take a dig at media reports on the entire episode.

“A gaggle too near be damaged by exterior forces. A nation too courageous to let itself be frightened by any adversary. A group within the truest sense of the phrase, which is able to struggle for the dream till the tip! Believe with us! Strength, Portugal!,” tweeted Ronaldo.

Portugal are set to face off towards Morocco within the quarterfinal on Saturday, December 10.



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