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‘Spoilt brat’: Journalist slams Kevin De Bruyne for calling question ‘stupid’

‘Spoilt brat’: Journalist slams Kevin De Bruyne for calling question ‘stupid’

An angry Kevin De Bruyne didn’t make any friends in the press area yesterday. On his way out of the mixed zone, KDB called an Italian journalist’s question a “stupid question”. The journalist in question is now reacting as if he’s been stung by a wasp on social media.

“Why didn’t Belgium’s golden generation win anything?”

It was a question from Italian journalist Tancredi Palmieri, who clearly went the wrong way with Kevin De Bruyne after the painful elimination by France.

โ€œDo you think that France, England, Spain and Germany do not have a golden generation?โ€ our leader immediately replied.

It was already clear from his facial expressions that KDB was not happy with the question.

He confirmed this a few seconds later by muttering “stupid question” on his way out.

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The journalist in question learned of De Bruyne’s comment through a video from the Spanish newspaper Marca. Palmieri – active in SportItalia among others – could not resist throwing some accusations at the Red Devils’ captain.

He posted on X: “Haha De Bruyne just called me ‘stupid’.”

“Hey Kevin, just a little note for you: the golden generations in France, England, Spain and Germany that you mentioned all made it to the final!”

“A typical footballer who just wants to hear questions about how good he is. A spoiled brat.”

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Strong words from the Italian, although KDB probably won’t lose sleep over them.

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What about Courtois?

Kevin De Bruyne wasn’t the only one asked tough questions by foreign media last night.

Domenico Tedesco was forced to comment again on Thibaut Courtois’ absence from the press conference. An Armenian journalist asked: “Would he have saved that own goal?”

โ€œQuinn Casteels did a great job. He was really great,โ€ our national coach immediately defended his teamโ€™s goalkeeper.

“He saved us against Ukraine on that corner. He made sure we could play tonight. And that was just one phase.”

“I can’t say anything about other scenarios (with Courtois in goal, ed.). But today’s goal was not Quinn’s fault.”

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