Eto’o returns to ‘dress’ for Madrid after the feat against City

Real Madrid impressed the world of football this Wednesday for the third time in this Champions League. After coming from behind against Paris Saint-Germain and turning their tie against Chelsea around with the comeback of the comeback, the Whites hunted down the ticket to the end of Paris closing in the last moments, the addition and the first minutes of extra time thanks to two goals from Rodrygo and one from Karim Benzema.

The whites came back from 4-3 in the first leg after a heart-stopping game at the Etihad and they went on to the final in Paris where they will arrive on May 28 to face Liverpool in the repeat of the 2018 kyiv final that ended with Madrid lifting the Thirteenth.

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Faced with this historical fact in football, many were those who reacted through social networks and among them was Dani Alves, Barcelona player. The Brazilian recognized the merit of Real Madrid and did not want to attribute everything to luck. “Football, friends. Just as luck does not exist in life. Either you dominate the game or the game dominates you,” the Brazilian wrote.

The culé winger, who accompanied the post with a video of himself in a warm-up at the Camp Nou giving touches without looking, also took the opportunity to make his homeland and defend Brazilian football. “Ah, what would football be without the Brazilians!” He sentenced in clear reference to Rodrygo Goes, a Real Madrid footballer, who led the comeback with his goals.

The debate was opened in the comments and already has almost a million views and 200,000 ‘likes’.

Eto’o returns to ‘dress’ in white

Part of Barcelona fans had no choice but to surrender to Real Madrid for the umpteenth feat achieved, on this occasion, against Manchester City, and that is that a former culé player like Samuel Eto’o ‘dressed’ in white again to congratulate the man who it was also his former team after qualifying for the Champions League final. “Bravo Real Madrid, the club where it all started for me, for your impressive victory last night” It was the message that the Cameroonian posted on his personal Instagram account along with two images: the first of the team celebrating the comeback at the Santiago Bernabéu, and the second by Samuel Eto’o himself in the white team’s shirt during his time at Real Madrid. A gesture that has been applauded by the Madrid fans as well as criticized by some of the Blaugrana fans.