The Real Madrid goalkeeper Misa Rodríguez has received the support of many personalities and teams for the macho insults after posting a message on Twitter. Free Press Photo: EFE.
A message on Twitter from the goalkeeper Misa Rodríguez, of the Women’s Real Madrid, united personalities and teams from the world, to support her and reject the macho insults and mockery suffered by the Spanish soccer player. It all came about because he tweeted: “Same passion”, accompanied by a photo of himself and Marco Asensio, scorer of one of the goals against Liverpool on April 6 in the Champions League. That sparked a series of hateful messages.
The female Real Madrid goalkeeper, who is currently the protagonist in the white team that is in third place, was the subject of all kinds of insults on Twitter after having published the message after the game of the merengue-men’s team that they won in the Champions League against Liverpool.
Rodríguez enjoyed the victory of Real Madrid so he shared among his followers an image of himself along with that of Marco Asensio, author of the second Madrid goal against the English. “Same passion”, he wrote in the tweet in which he mentioned the male and female team of Real Madrid.
Message from the Real Madrid goalkeeper on his Twitter account that he later deleted due to the insults. Free Press Photo: Screenshot.
The reaction to the message was not what she expected and instead she received all kinds of insults from some users who forced her to delete it. For example, they wrote: “That one wants to stop two balls at the same time”, “same sexual orientation” and “as much passion as desire to embed it”, among other messages, according to Spanish sports media that have shown outrage at this episode.
The Madrid player, Asensio, published a message of support for Misa Rodríguez on Wednesday, April 7. Wrote: “Same passion. Let nothing and no one prevent you from saying what you think ”. This publication was validated by Vinicius Júnior, scorer of the other two goals with 5 red hearts.
After Asensio, the ex-Madridista, Esteban Granero, and the current players of the squad, Vinicius, Lucas Vázquez and Casemiro, posted messages. The actions, described by the majority as “despicable macho” events, led to the creation of the #ConPasionComoMisa label to support the Spanish soccer player.