Ever since Diego Lugano questioned the world champion Argentine team in Qatar, accusing them of having favored them, they have lined up to answer him. Not only the creators of the third star like angel of mary, Walls, piecebut also an “external” shot like Sergio ‘Kun’ Aguero.
Kun spoke on the Champions League broadcast on ESPN and Star+ (media where he comments)”Out of five penalties, not four? It seems to me that is a lot. So I’ll buy you one. But even saying four is very controversial and rude” said the former Selection, Independiente, Manchester City and other teams.
Agüero added that “if Diego Lugano wants to attract attention and fantasize a bit, that’s not bad. Everyone thinks what they want, but I think it’s a comment looking for controversy with the Argentine people. Between Uruguayans and Argentines we get along well. It’s a pretty useless comment or out there to make a good impression on Uruguay.”
In reality, Kun had started making fun of anyone who was a defender of Celeste Team until 2014 with which surely those statements will not have gone well with FIFA, given that thanks to that body it was free to see the World Cup. All of this can be seen in the video accompanying the note.
that’s how it all started
Five months after the title won by the team led by Lionel Scaloni, Lugano, who knows why, pulled: “They helped Argentina become world champions. Four of the five penalties they were awarded were not. This is a reality. But hey, it’s also thanks to Messi, who moves a lot around the world. Do you think FIFA does not see and serve this? It is also thanks to Argentina that has been able to take advantage of it”.
Previously, Lugano had also said that Argentina “will win no more” and that the attitudes of the Argentine players during the tournament had been unacceptable. “Messi won everything and will be remembered but the rest performed badly and that cannot be respected“, said the Uruguayan in dialogue with France Inter radio last January.
The 42-year-old former central defender’s statements were made in an interview with the radio program Fútbol por Carve. There, he added that, in his view of him, these referee awards are due to the poor implementation of VAR in football. “Since VAR was introduced, the judge has been given too much power to interpret what he wants at any given time. In a match there can be 20 penalties or none at all and I think football is chaos. I told Pierluigi Colina (former Uefa referee) at the World Cup, with some bitch, for what he did to us. It also happens in Argentina. Didn’t you see Boca’s penalty at the River? I think what FIFA has done with the VAR is a purely political move.”
After messing with the national team and also with Boca and River, the Argentines began to answer him. Di María and Paredes have chosen to do it simply through laughing emojis on social networks.
Meanwhile, Germán Pezzella replied: “It’s always like this. Outside our country, Argentines have always been branded as cancheros, like a lot of things. I don’t think that in this sense they don’t get a bullet. they say, what they think. Those people who come out to declare that the World Cup has been resolved, that they have helped us, if they had been with us they would have understood that nothing was useful. and that behind it was a lot of work and a long time cycle.”
Guido Rodríguez, for his part, added: “Getting credit for what we’ve been doing for a long time is very difficult. They can tell you things, but we’re calm about what we’re working on. When you get big stuff, you are exposed to people coming out to say what they want. But we know what we did and I think it was quite clear to everyone what the national team was at the World Cup.”
On the other hand, the argument continued, because Sebastián Abreu joined. “For me there were penalties that had different criteria for charging Argentina and not charging others. If you analyze some penalties, they were charged here and not in others. Di María’s late penalty was not, and neither was Messi’s with Poland“.
“It’s like the 90s and 2000s, when the greats came out as champions and in crucial matches there was a red card to the rival or a penalty. It existed, for different reasons, due to the pressure, relevance and importance of the players” El Loco said.
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