“Quit The National Team” – Cristiano Ronaldo’s Sister Begged Him To Quit FIFA World Cup 2022

The FIFA World Cup 2022 is in its final stage. With every match creating a new drama, the world cup this year is becoming exciting beyond bounds. But it is not just the scores that are causing the stir. There is a lot more happening on and off the stadium, and every bit is crucial if you are ready to win money & bet on the FIFA finals on GGBET. The latest drama comes from Ronaldo’s sister, who made a shocking Instagram post after the star player got benched in the match against Switzerland.

On social media, Katia Aveiro, Ronaldo’s sister, said that she had pleaded with the superstar to withdraw from Portugal’s 2022 FIFA World Cup team and return home. Ronaldo, the captain of Portugal, was benched for the round of 16 matches against Switzerland. Goncalo Ramos, who took over for him, made the most of the situation by scoring an incredible hat-trick to lead Os Navegadores to a 6-1 victory over the Swiss.

Aveiro stated on Instagram that while she was pleased that her nation had triumphed, she could not ignore the contempt her brother was experiencing in his nation. She says they keep cursing, they keep insisting on being offensive, and they keep being ungrateful.

“Too depressing from what I’ve read and heard, not just in Qatar but also in my nation and his country… But it’s really sad. I wanted him to return home, disband the national team, and sit close to us so we could hug him, let him know everything is good, and serve as a reminder of his accomplishments and origins.”

After that, Aveiro demanded that Cristiano Ronaldo put a stop to the suffering that he and his family had endured: “I so wanted him to return home, quit the national team, and sit with us so we could hug him and tell him everything is great, remind him of what he accomplished and what home he came from, I so wanted him not to go there longer, we’ve suffered enough,” said the sister.

Ultimately, she said that every family member was with Ronaldo and backed his every choice: “Many thanks, Ronaldo. I’m grateful. I’m grateful. I’m grateful. I’m grateful. I’m grateful. I was so eager to… But whatever choice you make, we support you. Till the end. Thanks.” Elma, Katia’s sister, had criticized Fernando Santos for benching the all-time leading scorer in men’s international football before Katia took to Instagram (118 goals in 195 games).

Before Portugal’s match against Switzerland in the round of 16, the Portuguese daily A BOLA polled readers on whether or not they wanted Cristiano Ronaldo to start. A startling 70% of voters preferred that he sit out the vital knockout match.

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