Piers Morgan is refusing to stop acting like Cristiano Ronaldo’s self-appointed PR specialist.
Hours after Erik ten Hag’s interview aired where he shared his version of what happened with the 37-year-old, Morgan has waded into controversy once again.
Sharing a tweet of Ten Hag’s words, Piers wrote: “‘When he’s in good shape, he’s a good player.’
‘When he’s in good shape, he’s a good player.’— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 10, 2022
Hard to imagine why Ronaldo felt disrespected by this clown, isn’t it.. 🙄 https://t.co/AtMWKsSvZi
“Hard to imagine why Ronaldo felt disrespected by this clown, isn’t it..”
The TV host picked just one line from Ten Hag’s interview, wherein he suggested Ronaldo wasn’t in good shape to score goals.
And the Manchester United boss is not wrong, considering Ronaldo has scored just four goals all season – out of which two were penalties and one is for Portugal at the World Cup.