This Monday, on the return of the delegation to Porto Alegre, the side received the support of some fans of the club on arrival at the airport
The right side Rodinei pronounced after being expelled in the defeat of International 2-1 for Flamengo, for the penultimate round of Brazilian championship, in Maracanã. Through Instagram, the player apologized to the colorado fan, but criticized the referee’s decision Raphael Claus, stating that he received the red card “wrongly”. “We fight, fight and we will believe until the end! This group is strong, this club is giant, our fans deserve this achievement Let’s raise our heads and fight against all adversities, against everything and against everyone. I apologize for not being able to help more on the pitch, unfortunately I was wrongly punished, but God knows everything and we still have a battle to go to war! ”, Wrote the defender on social media.
At the beginning of the second half of the match, in a tackle, Rodinei stepped on Filipe Luís. Initially, Claus did not miss the move, but, triggered by the VAR, he saw the video of the move and decided to expel the side. The game was tied in 1 to 1 and, with one more player, Flamengo got the turn, which put him in the leadership of the Brasileirão with a round to the end. Involved in Rodinei’s bid and teammate at Flamengo in 2019, Filipe Luís was one of thousands of people who enjoyed the side’s publication on Instagram. This Monday, on the return of the delegation to Porto Alegre, he received the support of some fans of the club on arrival at the airport.
As it belongs to Flamengo, which gave it on loan, Inter could only use Rodinei in the duel on Sunday with the payment of a fine of R $ 1 million, which was carried out with the support of a club supporter, who donated the amount. Now, however, Rodinei will be absent on Thursday, when the team will receive Corinthians, at 21:30, for the final round of the Brasileirão. To be champion, Inter will have to win and count on a stumble by Flamengo against São Paulo, in Morumbi.
* With information from Estadão Content