Alleged leak sex video of Portugal footballer, Goncalo Ramos, with a strange woman shared a Twitter #GoncaloRamos

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Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Football fans are reacting alleged sex video of Portugal footballer, Goncalo Ramos, with a strange woman shared a Twitter.

According to football fans, they are claiming a woman had shared and deleted a sex video of the Portuguese player, Goncalo Ramos.


In the alleged sex video according to fans, they said they saw Goncalo Ramos playing with his penis (nude) before having sex with a mysterious woman.

A Portuguese man wrote: “O Gonçalo Ramos partilhou um vídeo seu bastante íntimo com uma mulher.

Essa mulher colocou o vídeo a circular.

A partilha não consentida de conteúdos sexuais é um crime.

Não se aplica a lei apenas quando as vítimas são as mulheres.

Esta hipocrisia incomoda-me.

Abraço miúdo. Força.”

Felix seems to be doing everything in his power in Qatar not just to help fill the Ronaldo void, but to make sure clubs bid for him in 2023.

The £114m club-record signing has not been a success under Simeone and there have been times when his relationship with Fernando Santos has not been perfect, but Portugal’s attacking style suits him far better and Santos has far more faith in him than Simeone.

When he is unshackled by too many demands from his manager, he is a free spirit opponents find hard to contain. ‘It’s a completely different way of playing and when the playing conditions are favourable to me there is a notable difference in my performances,’ Felix said after his two assists and virtuoso display of dribbling, passing and skills helped send Portugal in to the last eight.


 Felix has at times sulked his way through three and a half years under Diego Simeone in Spain but is shining in the World Cup shop window. He is on the market and the way he is playing there will be an auction for his services, possibly as early as January.

Atletico Madrid chief executive Miguel Angel Gil Marin admitted this week that because of issues such as ‘motivation, relationship with Diego Simeone and minutes played’, Felix wants to leave. He also confirmed they will consider offers if they are reasonable and suit everybody’s interest. ‘I would love him to stay,’ said Gil Marin, ‘but that’s not the player’s idea.’

Ramos came into Fernando Santos’ line-up in place of Ronaldo to take on Switzerland in Tuesday’s last-16 clash, scoring the first hat-trick of the 2022World Cup as Portugal sailed through to the quarter-finals with a thumping 6-1 victory. However, the 21-year-old refused to entertain the idea that the same feat would happen in the next round, instead pointing towards Ronaldo’s leadership qualities and how much he has been inspired by the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

“Not even in my best dreams did I think I would be in the starting XI for the knockout phases,” Ramos said post-match. “Regarding my expectations, we just need to take it one match at a time. Now we prepare for Morocco without thinking of any other games. Cristiano Ronaldo is our leader. He’s the captain, he’s the leader and we always look forward to playing side by side with him. He is my reference and an idol to many of us. Cristiano Ronaldo, [Robert] Lewandowski, [Zlatan] Ibrahimovic – those players are my role models.”

Benfica did not blink when Liverpool offered them £85million for Darwin Nunez last summer because they sensed what was coming next down their incredible conveyor belt of talent.

The Algarve-born Ramos, son of Manuel, a former Portugal Under 21 international, had signed for the club aged 12 and developed from an attacking midfielder into a goalscoring centre forward in their academy.

This season he has scored nine goals in the Portuguese league and five in Europe, to send Benfica through two preliminary rounds in the Champions League and then help them finish top of their group above Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.

With Bernardo Silva, Bruno Fernandes and Joao Felix improvising behind him he needs to make as many decoy runs as he does runs towards goal, and he has shown himself more capable of those levels of energy and sacrifice than Ronaldo.

Ramos began playing as a forward in 2018 and a year later, in the Portugal team that lost the under 19 Euros final against Spain, he was top scorer with four goals.


The goals flowed in the UEFA Youth League and with Portugal’s Under 21s, too. ‘I still need to master automatically making the right runs,’ Ramos says of the learning curve he has been on since taking that step forward on the pitch.

That humility has pleased coach Santos too. The Portugal manager included him in his World Cup squad when Diogo Jota pulled out injured. Picking him ahead of Ronaldo on Tuesday was an even bigger call, but Ramos repaid the faith with interest by becoming the youngest player since Pele in 1958 to score a hat-trick in a World Cup knockout game.

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