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The duel between El Tri and the albiceleste team. Through social networks, several media duels have been generated in relation to this match that will take place within the framework of the Qatar World Cup 2022 by Group C. Christian Romero had been accused of having had some statements with certain derogatory tone about the Aztec team. But the “Cuti” came out to clarify this controversy.
“Something was created that I never said by some journalists who write too much. I would never disrespect Mexico, they said that I had said that I had never played in a World Cup. If you see the note clearly it is not. Those people who like to talk more and create controversy tell them to pay attention to the things they post because There are people in Mexico who believe that I disrespected them and I would never do so to a national team or to a country, much less.“, explained the soccer player in some statements compiled by Hey.
What did Cristian Romero say?
After a Tottenham match for the UEFA Champions League, Cristian Romero offered some statements in the mixed zone. The Argentine was questioned about Mexico, the albiceleste’s rival in the World Cup. The Argentine’s response was not very clear. Although some media assured that the South American had indicated that Mexico had never played a World Cup, that phrase alluded to himbut not to Gerardo Martino’s group.
“It is a very difficult opponent. I think I’ve never played a World Cup, but surely the atmosphere and how each player experiences it will be very special. I think they have a great coach, who makes the team play well, but beyond that we think of ourselves, of the group we have, that we are doing well and that we will arrive in the best possible way”, said Romero.
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