The beginning was from Marco Asensio, the winger of the royal team, who posted a picture of his celebration of his goal in Liverpool, accompanied by a picture of the women’s team guard.
“The same passion, don’t let anyone stop you from saying your thoughts,” Asensio wrote.
Many of his team-mates followed him, such as Vincius Jr., the winners over Liverpool, Marcelo, Lucas Vazquez, Casemiro, Raphael Varane and Fidy Valverde.
And even Esteban Granero, the former Real Madrid player, who posted a picture of him in the royal jersey with Maria Isabel.
But the beginning was not from here. The story began when Isabelle published a picture of her in a Real Madrid jersey with a picture of Asensio after the Liverpool match, and wrote “the same passion.”
But the Real Madrid goalkeeper was forced to delete the photo later after several sexist comments.
Isabel receives support from Real Madrid’s stars after her photo has been deleted.
The official account of the Spanish women’s team also participated in the support campaign and published a tweet that included two pictures of the men’s team and Isabel.
Isabel found support even from outside the borders of Madrid and football, with Pau Gasol, the Spanish basketball legend and Barcelona, tweeting his picture with a picture of Laia Palau, a player in the Spanish women’s basketball team, in support of the campaign.
It is noteworthy that Real Madrid recently entered women’s football, as the Royal Club formed a women’s football team to participate this season in the Spanish League for the first time in its history.