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Brazil eliminated, Suarez criticizes former Flamengo: “Reserva do Arrascaeta”

Brazil eliminated, Suarez criticizes former Flamengo: “Reserva do Arrascaeta”

Former Gremio striker not impressed by current Fulham midfielder’s speech

Controversy between Suarez, Arrascaeta and Andreas

Although Flamengo entered the field on Saturday (6) and drew 1-1 with Cuiabá, Four of the main names in the cast They played in the quarter-final match between Brazil and Uruguay, which is valid for the Copa America.

Suarez warms up for the match. Photo: Kevork Djanszyan/Getty Images
© Getty ImagesSuarez warms up for the match. Photo: Kevork Djanszyan/Getty Images

On the pitch, and without Vinicius Junior due to suspension, the Seleção were unable to open the scoring with Celeste and The match ended 0-0.In penalties, Militao and Douglas Luiz ended up missing.

However, one of the topics that sparked the confrontation was an interview given by Andreas Pereira a few days before the duel, in which he said the following:We have a team that they dream of having in Uruguay.

However, after Uruguay qualified, Luis Suarez tried to respond and took a strong swipe at the former Flamengo midfielder. He even put the name of Meis Querido in the conversation.

Suarez’s statement

According to GE, Suarez said the following in response to the midfielder:To talk about Uruguay, you have to have more respect, and know the history before you say that there are players who want to join the Brazilian national team.“, He began.

He continued, referring to Andreas’ time at Flamengo: “The person who made this comment was a reserve for the Brazilian football team Arrascaeta, so imagine how it would be for us to hear that.“He finished.”

It is worth noting that the number 9 player of Inter Miami (USA) did not even leave the bench in the match against Brazil. With this result, the Uruguay national team qualifies and will face Colombia in the next stage.

Any fans who miss me?A, De la Cruz, Varela and Arascaeta will have to wait at least another week to see them again in Rubro Negro.

Implications of Luisito’s speech

Lucas Piccolo

Lucas Piccolo is a journalist who has been covering sports such as football for about three years, with a focus on Brazilian and South American football. He specializes in covering football in São Paulo. He graduated in Social Communication – Journalism in 2019, from Unisp, Bauru, São Paulo. Currently at Bolavip Brasil, he has worked for outlets such as 90min, NBA da Despiração, Chuteira de Ouro and Notícias Concursos.