Maybe something went wrong in the translation, until former Arsenal star Cesc Fabregas tried to attribute a respect to Italy for the fantastic performance at Euro 2020.
Although they met Spain in the semi-finals and then England in the final at Wembley Stadium on Sunday night, the Azzurri emerged victorious in both challenges.
It can be said that Italy was the best national team in this tournament, watching their performances from the group stage to the final.
This fact was also recognized by Fabregas who sent his congratulations via Twitter.
However, his Twitter greeting was misunderstood and subsequently sparked a barrage of criticism from fans.
“Italy is very good. Thank you Mancini for reminding us that with limited player qualities, you can win a great competition in modern football. “High heads for all England players and fans, you have made everyone proud”, wrote the Spaniard.
But his message in the part with limited qualities irritated the fans, who also started making insulting comments. /Telegraph/