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Brazilian striker Richarlison has been the talk of Europe. After making squabbles during Tottenham’s game against Nottingham Forest, in the Premier League, the “Pigeon” was criticized by former German player and coach Dietmar Hamann.
For the former athlete, the player of the Brazilian team should have been punished for the bid.
“Nothing to do with exhibitionism. He should have been booked for unsportsmanlike conduct and restarted with a free-kick to (Nottingham) Forest,” the former Liverpool player said in a Twitter post.
According to metropolises, partner of Bahia Notícias, Richarlison made a point of responding to the comment, in a very mocking way. The Brazilian wrote only a “cry more” (“cry more”, in literal translation), accompanied by an emoji shedding a tear. Neymar chorused his teammate and published a comment full of laughing emojis.
Currently 49 years old, Hamann stood out as a player for Liverpool, Everton’s main rival, Richarlison’s former team and for which the player drew Tite’s attention to the selection. Hamann also accumulates spells at Bayern Munich, Newcastle and Manchester City, in addition to having played in the 1998 and 2002 World Cups.
Richarlison, meanwhile, is in his first season with Tottenham, his third club in England. In addition to the London and Everton team, he also wore the Watford shirt. In Brazil, he gained prominence in América-MG and Fluminense.