While Claudio Bravo was absent in the defeat of the Chilean National Team against Uruguay in Montevideo, at the start of the Qualifiers, being out due to injury, that did not prevent the goalkeeper from being attentive to the match and like the vast majority of Chileans, ended up outraged by the scandalous penalty that the Paraguayan referee Eber Aquino did not charge in favor of the Red.
After the fall to La Celeste, the goalkeeper of Betis from Spain expressed all his annoyance and then took the opportunity to make a critical reflection on the injustices experienced by nationals in general.
“The custom of being robbed has become a habit for almost all Chileans”, started writing in Twitter the Creole keeper.
“They rob you in the street, in the bills of the basic services, in the toll, in the increase of the transport, in the fuels, in the AFP, in the education, in the health and now a prison”, added in the social network with the hashtag #BastaDeRobar.
Note that earlier Bravo regretted, with graphic evidence, that it is impossible for Chile to “add” if situations such as those experienced on Thursday night at the Centennial of Montevideo continue to occur.