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A former Bayern Münich player came out to detract Cristiano Ronaldo. This is what he said

By Alexis Almosnino

A former Bayern Münich player came out to detract  Cristiano Ronaldo. This is what he said

Dietmar Hamann exploded against the Juventus forward for making a hat to Antonio Rüdiger during Portugal-Germany. The Portuguese lost 2-4.

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Didi Hamann strongly criticized Cristiano Ronaldo during the Portugal-Germany match that ended in a 2-4 defeat by the neighboring country to Joachim Low's team. It all started when Portugal took the lead. With the 1-0 in the electronic, Cristiano Ronaldo threw a hat to Antonio Rüdiger and Hamann, now a commentator, exploded against the seven of Portugal.

"He's amazing and we know he can do that. I think, in a way, he's belittling his rival. He's the best, along with Messi, but he seems like a fool," Hamann said without hesitation. "If you ask the German players they will tell you what they thought. What is he trying to achieve? Maybe that meant the beginning of the comeback", assured.

In this match, Portugal got off to a good start with a goal from Cristiano in the 14th. From there, Germany got into the match with two goals in four minutes from Rubén Dias and Raphael Guerreiro. At the start of the second half, Havertz and Gosens killed in the match in ten minutes and Diogo Jota cut the gap insufficiently in the 66th minute to make it 2-4.

Dieter 'Didi' Hamann had a remarkable soccer career in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The Bavarian-born German played for his hometown team, Bayern, with whom he won two Bundesligas and two German Cups. . From there he jumped to Liverpool, where he won several trophies at the local level (two League Cups, two FA Cup and a Community Shield) in addition to the Istanbul Champions League.

He was with the Reds until 2006 and went to City. In 2009, he went to MK Dons, where he played until retiring in 2011. Hamann was part of the 2002 German team runner-up in the world. He also played the 98 World Cup and the 2000 and 2004 Euro Cups. He played up to 59 international matches. Now he is a coach and is looking for a team.


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