Alves invites himself to the controversy and thinks of the Ramos stomp

“I would like to know what the great Dani Alves thinks about Sergio Ramos' move”, Twitter user Pato Gómez wondered during Athletic-Real Madrid this Sunday. The move you were referring to? Sergio Ramos' stomping on Raúl García that did not translate into a penalty in favor of Athletic.

The Brazilian judged the play his way and threw a fine and accurate dart remembering his confrontations against Real Madrid throughout his career. “One day they taught us that we had to do much more than what we were doing or it would not be enough for us and that's how it was …”, He explained retweeting Pato and hinting at the need for a wide marker to beat the targets.

Of course, it raised controversy and the tweeter BdBoss777 reminded him of the final of the 2017 Champions League, in which Real Madrid defeated Juventus by Dani Alves 1-4 in Cardiff. The Brazilian, far from getting used to it, continued with his theory. “That day we did not do it and they screwed us but the balance is very positive,” he added, adding several emojis with faces crying with laughter.

The Brazilian is not without reason when it comes to balancing against whites. Real Madrid is the club he has faced the most in his career (45 times) visiting the shirt of Barcelona, ​​Seville, Juventus and PSG. Of these almost fifty matches, the Brazilian has won 22 times, dropped 16 and tied seven more.

That if, in the Champions League, the Brazilian won with Barcelona in the semifinals of 10/11 but lost a final (2017) and a round of eighteen with PSG on 17/18 and in Copa del Rey both finals escaped him before the whites. In League, on the other hand, if he was present in the last great goals that are remembered in the Classics: 2-6 on 08-09 and 5-0 on 10/11.

With 43 titles, Dani Alves is the most successful player in football history. Only in Barcelona he won three Champions, six Leagues, five Cups, five Super Cups, three Club World Cups and three European Super Cups. The World Cup is one of the few tournaments that resists him.