My "only" points are my points nonetheless, and you still have yet to come up with an alternative as to why Alonso feels the need to criticise Vettel and his own team when he loses. They're not trolling comments at all, they're my opinion. Go ahead and report me, I've done nothing wrong, feel free to waste your time.
Alonso is probably the last person on the grid who goes out and actually criticises his own team. Hell, after the team messed up in Abu Dhabi 2010, he didn't criticise them once. In the 3 years he has been there they haven't built him a consistently fast car and again, he's never criticised the team.
A great example was in one of the races in 2010 were he had a slow pitstop caused by a mechanic making a mistake when taking the wheel nut off and it caused Alonso to lose a place to Lewis. The mechanic was really upset afterwards but when asked about the incident in the press conference, Alonso covered for him by saying 'I made the mistake, I missed my entry point. I have apologised to the team'.
Compare that to say Vettel at Hungary complaining to the team or again in Korea during qualifying.
It blows my mind when people say Alonso hasn't learn to lose yet given he's spent 3 years behind Newey cars and even when he wins he is honest about it. The only other driver in modern F1 that doesn't blame the team in public is Michael Schumacher. Hell, despite the team having let him down for the last 3 years and them being unable to build him a reliable car this year, he actually never criticised them.
It's something that the younger drivers will learn and I'm sure Seb will too, but it comes with time and experience. Even Lewis behaved like a sore loser but he's really matured, particularly this year.