“Poor thing, I’ve been practicing in the pool all night.” Sterling gets bullied again on social media
Fans have even coined a new soccer term to honor the striker.
Euro 2020 is over – England lost on penalties, the cup went to Italy, and fans are talking about Sterling again. What are the fans unhappy with this time? Let’s read social networks.
Mich12: “I’m not sure that Raheem came to the sport. In my opinion, he would like to be a nice actor. After his behavior with Denmark, I was rooting for Italy. ”
Dianshik: “During the match, Sterling blunt hard at the gates of Italy, and the commentator is:” He just did not understand what he needs to do – to fall or hit the ball. ”
Lola: “I perfectly remember my emotions when Sterling was squeezed. I remember his face. I think he cannot be a decent English footballer, he is an actress from a cheap series. “
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Alexey Belikov: “It looks like Sterling has scared off England half of the world with his dive! I don’t remember such anti-English unity ”.
DK: “… Most of all I did not like Sterling. The guy is constantly [выпрашивал] free throws and penalties, so the maximum hit is towards Sterling. “
Dona: “Did you see Sterling’s face when he was denied a penalty with Italy? Poor thing, I’ve been training all night in the pool, and the judge is smart! His inept acting has turned the whole of Europe against English football. “
In addition to negative responses to Rakhim’s “dive”, a lot of memes have appeared on the network. Someone even suggested that after the final there will be a new term “sterlings”. According to fans, “sterlings” will have a double meaning: to act as a victim, because of which the person must take your side, but quickly bites through the lie. The second interpretation is bad play.
12: “I’ve decided everything. After the finale, we call the training center and give us our best practices on Sterling – let them develop a word with his name. To describe all the absurdity and stupidity of the situation. ”
Oto: “Ahahaha, really, let’s put Sterling in the dictionary. It will be easier for us to describe the situation when you find yourself [плохим]but you need to convince everyone else that you were right! ”
Andrew: “Better the sterlings – something terrible in the game or an incredibly bad game.”
Well, will the neologism take root in the football lexicon?
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