Dani Alves opens a beer bottle with a volley

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We all know that Dani Alves is a little crazy.

The Brazilian right-back has uploaded many strange videos in the past and he seems to have a bit of a screw loose somewhere.

In April, he donned a wig and pretended to be his girlfriend, mimicking what she said or might have said to try to console the 33-year-old after his side had lost in the Champions League to Atletico Madrid.


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And he’s at it again. This time, it’s less weird but more dangerous.

Alves attempts the ‘beer bottle challenge’ where he tries a bicycle kick to open a beer bottle. Wearing just his shorts, the defender smashes the bottle open before guzzling the rest of the frothy beer.

It certainly seems a strange thing to do, especially considering almost all of his beverage has been wasted. Don’t try this at home:

While we can laugh about Alves’ actions, Massimiliano Allegri certainly won’t be finding it amusing. The Juventus manager will be welcoming Alves to the club this summer after he announced he would be leaving Barcelona.

"I am always happy, but I am even happier now," Alves said when he signed. "I am very happy to join Juventus."

"I want to win in Europe and in Italy.

”I have won a lot of trophies with Barcelona, but the time has come to enjoy Italy and to try to bring Juventus back to the European top."

If he turns up to pre-season training with scars all over his legs, you know why.

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