Parejo is the latest player to criticize Vinicius behavior.

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Vinicius Jr. tries to get everyone to accept him. But Real Madrid’s Brazilian attacker has also shown behavior on the pitch that is difficult to accept. Daniel Parejo is the latest player to criticize Real Madrid problematic attack line.

Villarreal midfielder Daniel Parejo, 34, is the latest player to criticize the attitude of Real Madrid forward Vinicius Junior. Drama made a tearful press conference before the friendly match between Spain and Brazil when talking about the racism he faced, according to a report from UFABET on Thursday.

Vinicius gave a tearful news conference ahead of Spain’s friendly against Brazil as part of a move to protest against racism in the Spanish capital, where the Brazilian forward is often attacked. But the Whites star showed the opposite behavior on the pitch, having been involved in several altercations with Spaniards during games with the likes of Emmerich Laporte, Alvaro Morata and Miguel O. Yarzabal

‘It seems to me that he is a special, incredible player with amazing qualities. I don’t see myself in a situation of being a key player on the best team in the world and having everyone praise me. But I think our players have to devote themselves to playing.’

‘There will be clashes in every game. It seemed like he was all in it. It was something he had to learn that he should continue to work on. When you play for Madrid there is always a special atmosphere. They tend to approach it with other players. People will always try to irritate you.’

‘But I also went into that area. And they called me a drunkard or whatever. And I won’t meet people or make any gestures. That’s not necessary. Players have to rise above those situations. In some ways he is making mistakes,’ Parejo said.

The Villarreal midfielder also described an incident in which some fans booed Spain captain Alvaro Morata as an uncomfortable and unsatisfactory situation.

‘I don’t know if something like this happens in other countries, but in Spain a lot of times coaches don’t call players who play for their teams. People will start saying ‘Spain, let them lose. I won’t watch the game.’ For me, Spain is the biggest and it always will be. Whether I agree with those decisions or not. I think you have to cheer for your country. No matter what game you play’