Mexico fans haven’t got over Neymar’s theatrics in the Round of 16. Now, El Tri fans are having fun at the expense of Brazil after the five-time world champions crashed out against Belgium on Friday.
One of those groups of people is the Red Cross of Jalisco, who following Brazil’s defeat took no time in poking fun at the Brazilian superstar on social media.
Estás herido, ¿a dónde llamas?— Cruz Roja Jalisco (@CruzRojaJalisco) July 6, 2018
¿No te duele nada?, ¡No llamas!
¡En México, 7 de cada 8 llamadas al 911 son llamadas falsas o de broma! pic.twitter.com/fgOI5DAmbn
While using a picture of Neymar rolling around in the ground, Cruz Roja Jalisco urged people not to call 911 if not suffering from a medical emergency, with a tweet that read, “In Mexico, seven out of eight calls to 911 are either false calls or jokes”. The tweet was clever, to say the least, and highlighted a big problem Mexican society faces in its day to day.
The Red Cross weren’t the only ones to make fun of Brazil, with Andres Guardado posting a small indirect message towards Neymar after he criticized the Mexican team.
@AGuardado18 pic.twitter.com/hvRPM3kXb0— Rubén Rodríguez (@ruubenrod) July 6, 2018