After the World Cup ended, FIFA experienced a blunder on social networks. Soccer’s world governing body’s website posted a photo of Cristiano Ronaldo giving a thumbs-up, with the caption: “The thumbs up if you really enjoyed the World Cup.”
That post generated numerous negative comments within minutes. Ronaldo’s fans wrote that it was a mockery of the Portuguese footballer and demanded that the post be deleted. In the end, FIFA administrators removed her from social networks.
Ronaldo had a tough year. He was left without a club and missed probably the last chance to win the World Cup. With the arrival of Erik ten Haeg in Manchester United, he began to play less and less, and on the eve of the World Cup, the club fired him for misconduct.
He gave an interview in which he spoke against his coach and teammates. At the World Cup, he scored only one goal in five matches, starting on the bench in the last two. Portugal reached the quarter-finals, where they were knocked out by Morocco.
FIFA mocking Ronaldo. They have now deleted this tweet pic.twitter.com/jEX79kKqxm
— Sajan Maharjan (@MaharjanSajan) December 21, 2022