Really? Iceland players and staff abused Cristiano Ronaldo?!

Really? Iceland players and staff abused Cristiano Ronaldo?!

Portugal supervisor Fernando Santos has hit back at cases that Iceland players and staff abused Cristiano Ronaldo after their 1-1 draw, blaming the worldwide minnows for abusing his star players all through the hour and a half.

Really? Iceland players and staff abused Cristiano Ronaldo?!

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Ronaldo declined to shake the hands of his adversaries taking after the stun stalemate and afterwards blamed Iceland for having a little time mindset in the wake of celebrating as though they had won the competition. “Portugal attempted to play football and attempted to win,” said the 31-year-old Real Madrid star. “Iceland didn’t take a stab at anything. I thought they’d won the Euros the way they celebrated toward the end.”

Be that as it may, it shows up just as Ronaldo had the privilege to be vexed, at any rate as indicated by Santos. He blamed Iceland for twisting up the forward and defender Pepe all through the hour and a half. Fernando Santos asserts that Iceland players and staff abused Cristiano Ronaldo.

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“When people┬ádiscuss the reasonable play in some cases it makes me need to chuckle. When we discuss other individuals’ response in Portugal, we say on the off chance that you don’t feel you are not by any means a decent person. After what the Iceland supervisor and a few players said and accomplished for an hour and a half – they booed Pepe and Ronaldo – and the players on the seat continued annoying Pepe, individuals will react the way they can, in an exceptionally enthusiastic manner.”

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“You ought to dependably have a consistent play, and I have consistently played reasonable. In the post-match question and answer session, I put forth no remarks or expressions or incitements. Be that as it may, I don’t think you ought to raise reasonable play after other persons have demonstrated an absence of reasonable play. As far as yellow cards we’ve been praiseworthy.” Portugal’s are still top picks to qualify from their group as they face Austria on Saturday.