'Suck my d***!': de Paul rants at critics after World Cup win

‘Whoever doubted me, suck my d***!’: Argentina star Rodrigo de Paul delivers impassioned rant at his critics as he celebrates with Nicolas Otamendi after Argentina’s World Cup final win over France

  • Argentina won the World Cup on Sunday with a penalties victory over France
  • Rodrigo de Paul played an important anchoring role for Argentina in the game
  • He had been criticised earlier in the tournament for some wayward passing
  • The Atletico Madrid midfielder told his doubters to ‘suck my d***’ after the win
  • Click here for the latest World Cup 2022 news, fixtures, live action and results

Rodrigo de Paul offered an emphatic riposte to his doubters after Argentina’s World Cup triumph on Sunday, bluntly telling them to ‘suck my d***.’

The midfielder was criticised towards the start of the tournament for his occasionally wayward passing, but grew into the tournament as his side did and was a vital cog in the knockout rounds.

He played 103 minutes in the final in an important anchoring role before being subbed off as Argentina won a tense game on penalties.

Rodrigo de Paul played an important role in Argentina’s World Cup final victory on Sunday

He told doubters to ‘suck my d***’ as he celebrated the win with Nicolas Otamendi

De Paul had not forgotten his critics after the win, as he was filmed on Instagram with teammate Nicolas Otamendi shouting ‘we are in the history forever. Whoever doubted me, suck my d***.’

Otamendi laughed along with the Atletico Madrid midfielder as they showed off their winners medals in the changing room at the Lusail Stadium.

Argentina’s win came after one of the most thrilling World Cup finals in history, as they raced into a 2-0 lead before half time through Lionel Messi and Angel Di Maria.

Lionel Messi has finally won the World Cup trophy that eluded him for so long

France then bulldozed their way back into the game thanks to two Kylian Mbappe goals in as many minutes, forcing the game to extra time.

Messi added another, but Mbappe completed his hattrick to force a shoot-out, where Emiliano Martinez was once again the hero for Argentina as they won 4-2 on penalties.

The win means Messi has finally emulated his compatriot Diego Maradona and won the trophy that has always eluded him. 

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