Pep Guardiola's team, Manchester City, gave Real Madrid a bath of goals last night after beating the white team by four goals to nil and eliminating them from the Champions League. The humiliation of Ancelotti's men was such that the most staunch Madridistas have already asked for the heads of some players, in addition to that of the coach himself.
The news of Real Madrid's defeat could not go unnoticed on morning television. In fact, Espejo Público brought up the subject. Susanna Griso put it on the table to find out which of her gatherings was a merengue, but the Catalan, declared a culé, preferred not to comment on it. "You have to be elegant", she came to say to the surprise of her companions.
Everything happened at the start of the morning show on Antena 3 Televisión and once the topics that will be covered throughout the program had been presented. Once at the table, Susanna Griso was talking about Rafa Nadal and the press conference that she is giving today to announce that she will not play at Roland Garrós.
After touching on the subject and then completing said information, the presenter put on the table the thunderous defeat of Real Madrid against Manchester City in the Champions League. "Who is the Madridista here in the group?" The journalist wanted to know. Carlos Segovia, deputy director of El Mundo, raised his hand while Griso stung him with: "We don't talk about Madrid, right?"
To which Arsenio Escolar, from the other side of the table, jumped asking to talk about the news. "Of course we have to talk," he insisted. "I did not see the game, but I think you were rather lazy," he snapped. To which Segovia did not hesitate to acknowledge the failures of the white team and to applaud the rival's superiority.
Of course, the journalist also wanted to encourage the Madrid fans with a message: "There are times when you lose." Which made it clear how many times Real Madrid has reached the final of the European championship and won its cup. “You are not used to suffering. Those of Atleti can give you some Atleti lessons ”, added Ainhoa Martínez, another of the gatherings.
So, Susanna Griso wanted to settle the issue to continue with the first content of the table. "I see that there is more than one from Atleti here," pointed out the presenter. However, when everyone thought that the Catalan was going to give her opinion on the matter, she decided to remain silent.
"Today it is not time to pronounce," he clarified, "you have to be elegant." And it is that, despite being a fan of FC Barcelona, it was not the time to bleed with the rival team par excellence.