Dani Alves displays his football trick to burn time during Coronavirus break [Video]

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The coronavirus lockdown has revealed some hilarious side of some of the world’s top footballers. Former Barcelona right-back, Dani Alves was seen in a recent video doing some funny thing to burn time during this coronavirus outbreak.

The Brazilian player who traded his career in Juventus between 2016-2017 was seen in a squatting position making some funny faces like someone whose bowel is so heavy and about to release some waste from the excrete organ. Funnily, it was an apple in the form of a ball that came out from the bowel of the former Barcelona and Juventus right back.

Dani Alves is one of the best right-backs in the world. During his prime in Barcelona, he was quite a very offensive defender, he is hailed for his ability to dribble past any defender, play shots, create goal chances and scoring exceptional goals especially when it is most needed.

With this in mind, it is sure that it would take long before the world of football sees a right-back that is as excellent as the Brazilian star. Before he got signed by Barcelona in 2008, he had an exciting six years in Sevilla. He played a total of about 175 games for Sevilla and he scored eleven goals in total.

In particular, Dani Alves had the most successful part of his entire professional football career with Barcelona from 2008 till 2016. During his eight years of hurdle in Barcelona, he won the Champions League three times.

Alves lifted his first Champions League trophy with Barcelona in 2009 after the Catalan thrashed Manchester United in the final of the competition. He had his second Champions League trophy in 2011 still against Manchester United and the last one in 2015 when the club flawed Juventus in the final.

The 2015 Champions League trophy was Dani Alves’s parting gift from Barcelona as he joined Juventus on a free transfer. The 36-year-old right-back has returned to his home country as he joined Sao Paulo.

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