The peasant continues to be a victim of accusations despite his goals. The 'influencer' supports it.

The peasant continues to be a victim of accusations despite his goals. The 'influencer' supports it.

Luis Díaz was uncovered with two goals last weekend during the game in which Liverpool ended up scoring 9- 0 to Bournemouth.

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Even so, criticism of Díaz continues to come from various quarters.

In England, they ask him to look like Mané. And some fans in Colombia question their lifestyle.

Faced with this wave of criticism, influencer Aida Victoria Merlano came to her defense.

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'They run over the dignity'

The peasant continues to be a victim of accusations despite his goals. The 'influencer' supports him.

“Díaz needs to get into the penalty area regularly and we will see a lot more goals and assists from Liverpool's Colombian midfielder. In the first three games of the season, Díaz was guilty of spending too much time on the left flank and playing backwards , instead of dribbling towards the opposite goal”, reads an opinion column published in the 'BBC' and signed by Jordan Chamberlain, editor of the Liverpool fan portal 'Empire of the Kopp'

“In fact, he and Mo Salah were miles apart and couldn't connect, but over the weekend, they both cut inside and looked to attack the area between full-back and centre-back,” Chamberlain adds in his text.

However, the criticism that would have outraged Merlano has more to do with 'Lucho''s lifestyle.

“As always, some media run over the dignity of those who they appear on their pages”, Merlano initially wrote in a story on his Instagram account with the publication of a portal in which it was titled: “Where did the humility of Díaz go?”, for a watch worn by the player.

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