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The strong response of Ángel Di María’s wife to Adil Rami, the French footballer who called him a crybaby

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The strong response of Ángel Di María’s wife to Adil Rami, the French footballer who called him a crybaby

More than a week has passed since the World Cup final in Qatar in which the Argentine national team became champions by beating France on penalties, but That heartbreaking definition keeps giving controversial chapters who, away from the pitch, take up residence on social networks.

Ángel Di María, one of the Albiceleste heroes at the Lusail stadium, was unexpectedly attacked by the French footballer Adil Rami, a former player of the French national team.

The Frenchman crossed paths with Rosario for defending goalkeeper Emiliano “Dibu” Martínez, who was questioned for his gestures during penalties and hitting a puppet with Mbappé’s face at the title celebrations. In an Instagram story, Rami shared a tweet that shows Di María crying in different situations.

“Win, lose, leave a club, look at this picture… You don’t learn, do you?” he wrote.

Argentine users soon responded to Rami and among them was Jorgelina Cardoso, the wife of the Juventus playmaker, who usually comes out in public defense of her teammate.

“Angel it can teach you how to cry, how to treat a woman like a gentleman and how to score goals in finals. Happy New Year, genius,” wrote Cardoso, also in an Instagram story.

The reference to how to treat a woman refers to Rami’s denunciation of gender-based violence by his ex-partner, the American actress Pamela Anderson.

His staunch defender when criticism rained down

Di María these days enjoys the idolatry of all Argentine fans, but for years he has been one of the most talked about players of the selected team and it was Cardoso who did not hesitate to come out at the crossroads of criticism.

Comments against her husband have multiplied on social networks and in sports programs. “I wrote to all those who spoke ill of him”, she had warned her some time ago, after the goal at the Maracana that she changed her luck with the albiceleste forever.

“Now when they ask for notes, I look and say, ‘Not this, bye,'” she said during an extensive interview Di María gave Miguel Granados at his home for ESPN.

Source: Clarin

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