Barcelona's fans insulted him on Instagram, Araujo couldn't handle it and answered everyone, will he stay at Barca?

Ronald Araujo speaks for the first time since the red card he got for FC Barcelona

Ronald Araujo in disbelief as he was sent off in the Champions League.

Ronald Araujo posted a picture on Instagram with a caption explaining how he feels about the insults he has received and even apologized to his teammates and the FC Barcelona fans. Araujo's red card influenced the game for FC Barcelona in a negative way since they were leading 1-0 before that. Araujo wrote, "Football that gave me so much joy, is now hitting me hard. I thank all those who are unconditionally by my side, my teammates, who left everything on the field. And the fan who believed in this team until the end. I’m so sorry for not giving you this joy. WE’LL TRY THIS AGAIN! Força Barça, now and forever!"

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Other FC Barcelona players reacted to the tough loss against PSG in the Champions League last night, and all are motivated to get to this stage soon, even though they felt disappointed with the loss. Lamine Yamal, Pau Cubarsi, Raphinha, and Jules Kounde posted their reactions on their Instagram.

Raphinha was a key player during this tie against PSG as he scored three goals over the two legs. After the game ended and Spain confirmed FC Barcelona's elimination from the Champions League, the Brazilian winger was seen as very upset with the result and had a moment that reflected other Barcelona fans at the moment.

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Ansu Fati also showed support for Ronald Araujo

Araujo was mostly blamed for the loss against PSG last night since it left Barcelona with ten men for 70 minutes. This caused them to lose 4-1 at home as PSG took advantage of having an extra man. A player no one expected to show support is Ansu Fati, who is on loan at Brighton in England and could leave the Catalan club this summer. Fati reposted Araujo's post on Instagram and wants him to stay strong.

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