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Cristiano Ronaldo’s sister admits Man Utd ace is “on his knees” and slams “sick” critics

Katia Aveiro has defended Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, who is under unprecedented criticism in his native Portugal.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s sister has accused Portuguese fans of “spitting on the dish they feed from,” as the Manchester United star confronts unprecedented backlash in his hometown.


Katia Aveiro took to social media to defend her brother after the Portuguese media called for him to be benched for Tuesday night’s Nations League match against Spain. After Portugal was trounced 1-0 by La Roja, anti-Ronaldo sentiment grew, but manager Fernando Santos vowed he will stick with the 37-year-old.


Ronaldo’s international problems come against the backdrop of a dismal start to the season at the club level. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has only started one Premier League game for United, and his solitary goal came in the Europa League against Sheriff Tiraspol.


With her brother in the spotlight more than ever, Katia Aveiro has lashed out at Portugal supporters, accusing them of being “sick,” “petty,” and “eternally ungrateful” to their captain and men’s international football’s greatest goalscorer. She also declared Ronaldo to be “the finest footballer in the world” after posting an Instagram story of him sitting on the ground, appearing despondent, during Portugal’s defeat by Spain.


“He is surrounded by his family and those who love him.” “They will always be by his side, no matter what,” Ronaldo wrote. “However, present events do not surprise me in the least.” The Portuguese have traditionally spit on the plate from which they eat. That’s why it concerns me when someone rises from the ashes and alters their minds… My king, I will always be with you. “Be patient.”


Katia Aveiro then slammed her brother’s critics, saying, “It is vital to extend a hand to those who have always given theirs to Portugal.” However, the Portuguese are sick, petty, soulless, ignorant, ungrateful, and will always be ungrateful. He’s on his knees, this guy who’s seated… There is no one to assist him.


“It’s cruel.” And it was already so much, yet he gives and gives. Cristiano Ronaldo is the man in the middle, and he is simply the finest player in the world.”


Katia Aveiro is no stranger to using social media to express her feelings about her brother. On Wednesday, she also tweeted a photo of herself with the former Real Madrid and Juventus forward, as well as an excerpt from her poem ‘Footprints In The Sand.’


While Ronaldo’s starting spot for Portugal is under criticism ahead of the World Cup in Qatar this winter, he must refocus his focus on club obligations. On Sunday, the Red Devils travel to the Etihad Stadium to face local rivals Manchester City.

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