Before the World Cup started in Qatar, British journalist Piers Morgan made headlines after Cristiano Ronaldo provided him with a provocative idea in which he harshly criticized Manchester United, causing the Portuguese star and the Red Devils to part ways.
Even during the World Cup, Morgan provided a number of controversial comments in which he mainly criticized Leo Messi and the Argentina national team, but yesterday (Sunday) he broke a record with a particularly dramatic statement.
During yesterday's final in a situation where the Argentines were leading 0:2, Morgan tweeted: "It wasn't a virus, it's clear that the French team was poisoned on purpose", referring to the 2018 world champions' sick list before their semi-final match against Morocco and before yesterday's meeting with the South Americans at the stadium The iconic Bluesail.
It wasn't a virus, the French team clearly got deliberately poisoned.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 18, 2022
Even at the end of the game, after the flea raised the trophy he had been waiting for his whole career, Morgan continued to trill and tweeted another tweet in which he wrote: "Yes, I agree that settles the debate once and for all... Ronaldo is the greatest ever."
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