Ranieri and Bonaventura argue heavily during Maccabi-Fiorentina: strong words fly

admin

Ranieri and Bonaventura argue heavily during Maccabi-Fiorentina: strong words fly

15 SHARES

The dramatic argument between Ranieri and Bonaventura did not go unnoticed in Maccabi-Fiorentina of the Conference League . The two teammates experienced an unexpected moment of tension in the second half of the match which the Viola won 4-3 after an endless whirlwind of emotions.

It all started from an action on the left, in which the two entered into a collision course due to a difference of views. After a pass from his more experienced teammate, Ranieri tried individual initiative, only to end up on the ground due to a foul by an opponent. Once he got up, the winger vented his anger against Bonaventura , guilty of having previously complained a little too vehemently.

Image

Perhaps Jack wanted a one-two with his teammate and for this he scolded him even though the latter managed to earn a good free kick. Very angry Ranieri who, right in front of the cameras, repeatedly invited the former Milan player to shut up and concentrate exclusively on the match in a very decisive way: ” Shut up and play, shut up and play! “, complete with his index finger in front of his mouth.

Read also

Bonaventura's agent attacks Fiorentina after the failed Juve deal: “They are touchy people”

Image

After something incomprehensible then here is the very colorful invitation: ” Don't bother me” . And Jack at that point walked away so as not to give rise to further internal controversy, he who had seen a lot of it on the pitch anyway. And so the match fortunately continued in the right direction for Vincenzo Italiano's team who, thanks to a last-gasp goal from Barak, managed to win 4-3.

And who knows, Ranieri and Bonaventura may have clarified in the end. Victory is certainly an excellent medicine to help us smile together again, after all the aim was the same. If these are the results of this vibrant tension, then Italiano can only be satisfied.

15 SHARES

Leave a Comment