Arturo Vidal brands Everton star Richarlison a ‘CLOWN’ in edited picture after he trolled the Chile midfielder following Brazil’s World Cup qualifying victory
- Inter Milan’s Arturo Vidal has branded Everton forward Richarlison a clown
- Richarlison trolled Chile after Brazil beat them 1-0 in World Cup qualifying
- The Brazilian mocked comments made by Vidal after the COPA America
- Vidal had claimed Brazil would be given a tougher game but were beaten again
Everton star Richarlison has been branded a ‘clown’ by Inter Milan midfielder Arturo Vidal for trolling Chile after Brazil beat them in World Cup qualifying.
Vidal shared an edited picture of Richarlison which showed him with a clown’s face in response to comments the forward had made in the wake of Brazil’s victory.
The feud between the pair goes back to when Brazil knocked Chile out of the COPA America in the summer. Brazil went on to lose the final against Argentina.
Everton star Richarlison has been branded a ‘clown’ by Arturo Vidal for trolling Chile after Brazil beat them in World Cup qualifying
Vidal shared an edited picture of Richarlison which showed him with a clown emoji over his face
After Brazil’s defeat, Vidal wrote on Instagram: ‘See us in Chile but without help’, insinuating Brazil had needed the help of officials to beat them but would not be so fortunate during the World Cup qualifier.
His full post read: ‘It hurts me so much to lose and know that we can’t fight the titles we all want.
‘But I’m going to calm down now because we left life on the court and we got Brazil on our knees again and the best of this is that we will see Brazil again in September and there will be better prepared and we will see who wins!!! Chile I love you and I die for my flag.’
But when the two teams met on Friday, Brazil were once again victorious, with Everton Ribeiro’s goal proving to be the difference in a 1-0 win.
The pair’s feud started after Brazil beat Chile in the COPA America on penalties in July
Vidal claimed Chile would give Brazil a better game in World Cup qualifying but they were beaten once again
Vidal’s previous comments soon resurfaced, with Brazilian outlet TNT Sports sharing them on Instagram.
Richarlison commented ‘Se busca’ on the post, which roughly translates to ‘wanted’. The forward then shared the post on his story.
Vidal was quick to respond, sharing an edited picture of Richarlison playing for Brazil with a clown emoji over his face, with the caption ‘And this clown who knows him.’
Brazil are top of their World Cup qualifying group with seven wins from seven games.
Chile, meanwhile, are seventh and risk missing out on another World Cup. The top four nations automatically qualify, with the fifth team progressing to a play-off.
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