The striker of the Argentine National Team Yamila Rodriguezwho entered in the second half of the debut with a 1-0 defeat against Italy in the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand 2023, was hurt on social networks by those who treated her “anti-Messi” for having tattooed Cristiano Ronaldo.
“Please, enough; I’m not having a good time. At what point did I say I’m anti-Messi? Stop saying things that I didn’t say because I’m really having a bad time (in the middle of a World Cup representing the country). I don’t have a bad time for you but for the atrocities that are said, without mercy. Can’t you have an idol or a player that you like? Please”wrote the Palmeiras player on her Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Yamila Rodríguez’s post.
“I never said that I was anti-Messi, I never would be. Messi is our great captain of the National Team but the fact that I say that my inspiration and my idol is CR7 does not mean that I hate Messi, if not that I like another player more, the one who inspired me. What is the problem? We can all like different things and that should be valid”continued the missionary, who has tattooed Diego Armando Maradona y Cristiano Ronaldo on his left leg.
Yami Rodríguez’s tattooed legs. Photo: AFP
“We are not all obliged only to love the players of our country. Please understand that this is football and everyone has their preferences. Highlighting one does not mean burying the other. Enough, tired, hurts”The 25-year-old former Boca soccer player in Auckland closed her post.
Rodríguez was the top scorer in the last Copa Américaa, in which Argentina achieved the World Cup quota, and is playing its first World Cup with the National Team’s jersey.
Yamila Rodríguez’s tattoos. Photo: AFP
The day after the debut for the Selection
The Argentine national team, who on Monday lost in their debut at the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand against Italy, worked in two separate groups in the final hours to recover ahead of the second Group G match against South Africa this Thursday.
The headlines against Italy, except the goalkeeper Vanina Correa, they stayed in the hotel and the gym doing regenerative work and kinesiology. Beyond the physical exhaustion that they all suffered in their World Cup debut, there are no injuries and theThe only one who had a blow to the leg, although not seriously, was Daiana Falfán.
The goalkeepers and the rest of the players who came on in the final minutes against Italy -such as Yamila Rodríguez, Dalila Ippolito and Paulina Gramaglia- or did not enter at all trained on the Michael’s Ave Reserve club pitch. There were activation and physical exercises for the soccer players, and other specific ones for the goalkeepers. Later, under the orders of Germán Portanova, they did exercises in a reduced space and then against a goal.
On Wednesday morning the team will return to training at Michael’s Ave Reserve, with the first 15 minutes open to the media. The squad will then fly to the city of Dunedin, where they will face South Africa in the second match of the group. It will be this Thursday at 9:00 p.m. in Argentina, with broadcast by Public TV and DSports, and arbitration by New Zealander Anna Marie Keighley.
Dunedin is located about 1,400 kilometers from Auckland in Otago Bay on the South Island of New Zealand, where the climate is cooler.
The day before the game, that is to say on Wednesday, at the Dunedin Stadium (which is closed and has the nickname “Greenhouse”), the official press conference and the last training session will be held at the Caledonian Ground. The South Africans come from playing a good game against Sweden, the favorite of the group and third in the last World Cup in France 2019, although they finally fell 2-1 in their debut.
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