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Renato Tapia and Michael Succar have a tense discussion after a question asked at a press conference

Renato Tapia and the sports journalist Michael Succar They were involved in a tense discussion via Twitter, after the national team described as “disgusting and biased” the question posed by the communicator at a press conference, after Peru’s defeat against Brazil in the Qualifiers.

It all started because after Succar asked his question about Raúl Ruidíaz’s entry, Tapia is seen making a disapproving gesture and laughing sarcastically.

That clip was published by a user of the aforementioned social network who questioned “What is the joke?

Given this, the Celta de Vigo player of the Spanish League did not take long to respond.

“I laugh at how disgusting and biased the question is, I had forgotten what post-match conferences are like. People, let’s turn the page, we all win, we all lose, this is Peru, don’t look for a cat in the bag. Greetings”.

But this didn’t stop there. The aforementioned journalist decided to respond through the same medium.

“Disgusting and biased to ask about the most important play of the game? I understand that your generation received a lot of well-earned praise, but criticism is part of the game and I see that you do not accept it. Humility, Renato,” wrote Succar.

The discussion would have one more chapter and Tapia justified his strong comments by claiming that they have contrary positions and he has the right to rate as he is rated.

“It’s your way of thinking, I have mine. I do have to put up with your ‘criticism’ but you can’t expect everyone to like your questions can you? Is it more humility mine or yours? “If my ‘generation’ received praise it is for what it demonstrates, not for your words.”

Given the latter, Succar closed the discussion. “You have every right to criticize my question, but the expression “disgusting” is disrespectful to my work and I never disrespected yours.”

Peru reached a single point from the first round of the Qualifiers, after tying in Ciudad del Este against Paraguay, and losing in Lima against Brazil.

In the next two days he must visit Chile in Santiago and receive the world champion, Argentina.

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