Ronaldo’s sister draws parallels between treatment at Manchester United and crucifixion of Jesus


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Ronaldo’s sister, Katia Aveiro, has defended his defense after a public feud between the Portugal captain and Manchester United coach Erik ten Hag. Her statement appears to be comparing the Dutchman’s treatment of her brother to the crucifixion of Jesus.

Eric Ten Hag and Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United
© Steve Bardens / Getty ImagesEric Ten Hag and Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo Did not see any action in Manchester UnitedA stunning midweek victory 2-0 at Tottenham and he left the field early after it became clear he was not going to continue. Thus, the veteran star was excluded from the list of the Red Devils to play for Chelsea on Saturday night.

The 37-year-old was playing solo at Carrington after being cut Eric Ten HagTeam match today with the Blues this weekend, which ended in an exciting 1-1 draw. Despite rumors to the contrary, the Old Trafford boss recently revealed that he expects the striker to finish the season at the club.

The story between the two is something reminiscent of a telenovela. Although widely regarded as one of the best players of the past two decades, CR7 has been relegated to the alternative bench. Due to Anthony Martial’s injury, the Dutchman currently prefers Marcus Rashford in the starting lineup.

Ronaldo’s sister Katia Aveiro claims that Eric Ten Hag “crucifies” Cristiano as Jesus Christ

Katia AveiroOne of Cristiano Ronaldo’s sisters took to Instagram to vent about her brother’s struggles. It even went so far as to compare the treatment of a five-time Ballon d’Or winner at my hands Manchester United coach Eric Ten Hag so from Jesus Christ on the intersection.

“No one born to shine at God’s hands will be squashed by someone who has never worn his shoes. It is history and will remain so. There is a verse in the Bible that says: ‘This man has been delivered to you by God’s deliberate plan and foreknowledge, and you with the help of the wicked, Kill him by nailing him to the cross’.

“He fulfilled the promise he made as a 13-year-old boy to his mother and siblings. This is the person who mocked his accent and mocked his alcoholic father. I feel proud that I was born at the same time. The family is such a wonderful human being,” he said.He wrote, pointing to a passage from the Bible while posting a picture of her and her brother.

In addition, even Elma AveiroCristiano’s older sister has taken to social media to express her anger after her brother walked off the field early for Manchester United during their match against Tottenham. she said that “The karma is there” And that the former Ajax coach should remember that “God never sleeps”. The 49-year-old has been vocal about her brother’s situation in England before, even suggesting she’d be fine with Tin Hag being fired.

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