Dani Alves Denied Having Cleaned His Nose With Cristiano’s Jersey

◼️ After the broadcast of a controversial video, the PSG veteran showed his anger. “I will continue competing as I did until today and let the nonsense affect stupid people”, he said.

The star of Paris Saint-Germain, Dani Alves, described as “meaningless” the versions that claim that he wiped his nose in the sleeve of Cristiano Ronaldo during the game against Real Madrid for the Champions League.

The television images seem to show Alves rubbing his nose with his fingers and then drying them on the sleeve of the Portuguese. However, the Brazilian, a former rival of his time in Barcelona, ​​refuted the claims that he had taken revenge on Cristiano in that strange way.

Alves also apologized for the comments he made after the death of Fiorentina captain Davide Astori. “Every day in the world, millions of children die and they probably don’t have such great repercussions”, said Alves before facing Madrid.

The Brazilian was criticized for apparently showing a lack of compassion. Even the Nice forward, Mario Balotelli, questioned his supposed insensitivity. “What he said was not bad, but he could have saved it for himself”, Balotelli said on Instagram.

“He should have given his condolences and not talk trash, you can not make those comments when you face someone’s death”, the Italian added.

Responding to Balotelli and his critics, Alves posted on Twitter: “If that’s what Balotelinho said, he was not trying to offend anyone, we live in a world where you often have to be hypocritical to be appreciated by people. Anyway, if someone got offended, I apologize. “

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