Neymar Encourages The Madrid Derby And Responds To Koke: “Dance Vini, Dance”

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Three days before the derby, Koke ignited a strange controversy on Thursday. the captain of the Athletic, who will face real Madrid next Sunday in the first derby of the season, questioned the celebrations of Vinicius and warned him of what could happen in the event that the Brazilian celebrated a goal by dancing in front of the stands of the renowned Metropolitan Civitas.

“If in the end he scores a goal and decides to dance is what he wanted to do. Whether she would understand or not? Each does not have his way of being and celebrates the goals as he wants. There would be trouble for sure, the most normal“warned the midfielder in the run-up to the match.

Vincius, For his part, he remained silent until this Friday when Neymar, A winger for PSG and the Brazilian national team, he livened up the derby atmosphere by encouraging the Madridista to dance at the Metropolitano.

Vini Jr responded with a wink to his compatriot’s message. The Real Madrid player, with various emoticons, confirmed to his teammate canarinha that “always” would dance when celebrating a goal.

Neymar is not the only Brazilian player who has joined the controversy unleashed by Koke.Reiner Jesus, footballer of Girona, has added a strong message on social networks. The carioca, owned by Real Madrid, has expressed its support for Vinicius and, in addition, he has called “racism” what happened in the prelude to the game.

“We are with you Vini, I love you. The racist’s place is in jail!” he added.

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