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Ironic message of Alves on Paulinho after the Barça-Eibar
Published:20/09/2017 - 00:01h
Updated:20/09/2017 - 03:11h
The díscolo lateral Brazilian of Paris Saint-Germain, Dani Alves, celebrated the big adaptation of Paulinho to the FC Barcelona, after the midfield player marked this Tuesday by second consecutive party by the Barcelona group
To the equal that Nelson Semedo, Paulinho seems to have gone in also with the right foot in the FC Barcelona, taking into account that it carries two goals in the two last parties of LaLiga Santander 2017-18 and that is showing one of his best qualities since it landed in the Barcelona group: the arrival to the played of attack from second line.
After having marked a goal saviour against the Getafe does hardly some days, this Tuesday went back to be important in the goleada of the FC Barcelona to the SD Eibar when transforming the second target of the meeting, by means of a finish of head after going in like an exhalation to finish a good centre from the corner of Denis Suárez, the one who also cuajó a big performance.
The case is that Dani Alves followed the party closely from Paris, and through the social networks published a message with which ironizó in relation to the criticisms that had received Paulinho does some weeks by the 40 million euros that had cost to the arks of the Barça.
Alves, happy by the good moment of Paulinho
The ex player of the FC Barcelona, Alves, left to glimpse that if it follows playing to this level is possible that the signing of Paulinho even there is cheap "result" for the FC Barcelona. "Gooollll caraiooooo. It goes to go out cheap", went the message of Alves in 'Instagram Stories'.
It is clear that Dani Alves gladdens that Paulinho triumph in the FC Barcelona, and is not for less. Both are mates in the selection of Brazil and good friends in the changing room, whereas on the other hand Alves sure that also it gladdens of the triumphs of the Barça, the club in which it happened the eight better seasons of his sportive career.