Vinicius Jr’s terrible nickname in Germany, Barça’s crazy offer to Araujo


By: Manu Tournoux

Vinicius Jr makes Germany angry

Real Madrid were scared and relied on their Bellingham-Vinicius Jr duo to secure their ticket to the quarter-finals of the Champions League. RB Leipzig can bite their fingers, especially since a new refereeing scandal broke out during the match. Vinicius Jr’s goal simply should not have happened because the player should have been sent off for attacking Orban. Simple yellow despite intervention by the VAR. Bild enraged this Thursday morning and found a nickname for the Brazilian: “Vinicius the Strangler”. Almost everywhere in Europe, this gaming fact is getting people talking. In France, The Team talks about the match being anything but great and reminds us that this round of 16 is marred by controversies with the goal disallowed in the first leg for Leipzig and this red which should have been given to Vinicius. The newspaper Sport also evokes this controversial double confrontation which allows Real to advance to the quarter-final, history repeats itself we can read. In short, one more refereeing scandal in the history of Real Madrid in the Champions League.

Laporta declares his love for Araujo

During the presentation of a documentary on Ronald Araujo, the Uruguayan was asked about his future at Barça. As relayed Sport in its interior pages, the defender wanted to rule out any rumor of departure, while Bayern Munich is making eyes at him. : “I am very happy here. I won’t go out this summer”, he blurted. Its president Joan Laporta, also present, then got excited about it and said this: “I would renew it for life. (…) She is a wonderful person. I want to highlight his commitment to the club. For Barça, it is a source of pride that a player like him defends the Barça colors in this way.”. A sacred declaration of love.

Salah at the heart of a conflict

Unavailable for two and a half weeks, Mohamed Salah is part of the group called by Jürgen Klopp to face Sparta Prague this Thursday in the Europa League. “Mo can’t wait to go back.”as written by Daily Star in its insert. Great news for the Reds since Salah has only played 46 minutes for the club since his thigh injury suffered with Egypt in mid-January during the CAN. But as reported by Daily Mail, this return is considered hasty to the country. The English tabloid relays the “Egyptian fury” in its interior pages. Salah’s call-up for this evening’s match is therefore a blow to the Egyptian Federation, which has declared that it would demand that Salah join them if he were to play a few minutes for Liverpool before the international break. As is often the case, it is a war between the clubs and the selections.

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