Halagos For the two Argentinians
Dani Alves: "I saw something in Dybala that before had seen in Messi"
Published:1/06/2017 - 17:07h
Updated:1/06/2017 - 17:09h
"First I had to Leo and now have to Paulo. I can not rid me of these Argentinians, swear that these genii follow me to all parts!", it affirmed Dani Alves in a recent interview, before the final of Champions League between Juventus and Real Madrid
Dani Alves Always has taken out breast to the hour to affirm that he has had the luck to play with the best player of the history (his words), Leo Messi. The right side of the Juventus of Turín explained in "Player's Tribune" several anecdotes on the Argentinian and his mate and star in ciernes Paulo Dybala.
"Sometimes I think that the life is like a circle. It looks, it can not rid me of these Argentinians. In the Barça had to Messi and now in the Juve have to Dybala. I swear that the genii are still in me all parts!", it began saying between laughs.
And like this desveló something that joints to the of Rosario and to the of Córdoba like stars with pure talent: "A day in the training, saw something in Dybala that before had seen in Messi. It was not only the pure talent. This have seen it many times in my life. It was the pure talent combined with the will to conquer the world".
The anecdote of Leo Messi in a train
Like this then , the Brazilian commented an anecdote that shows the spectacular class of Messi. "Memory that (before) in a training with the Barça Messi was doing things with the balloon to the feet that challenged to the logic. Claro that it was what he did each day. Only that this day in particular there was something different".
"I have to do upsetting in that it was an extremely intense training. We were not losing the time. Messi was sorteando defences and finish the played like a 'killer'. When it went through my side looked him the boots and thought 'can not be, is a prank'. Then he returned and went back to fix me, thinking 'is impossible' . And to the third saw that it did not make a mistake me. It carried the cords desatados! The two!", it concluded.