After criticism, Danilo apologizes for the expulsions

Danilo, of Palmeiras, has been criticized for his recent sending offs, both with straight red cards. With that, the actor used two social networks to apologize to the fans alviverde.

“The life of an athlete is really crazy, maybe some of you have no idea. It’s made of ups and downs and in the case of football even crazier. Professionally, I’ve had better moments in the club and believe me, my last. Neither do games. Make me happy!”, the helm began in a long text Posted on his Instagram.

Danilo was sent off in the second leg in the quarter-finals of the Libertadores against Atlético-MG, after giving Zaracho a tough challenge. Because of this red card, the player took two matches and was out of the semi-final matches.

In addition, last Sunday (18), against Santos, the midfielder also went to the dressing room earlier when he hit Sotaledo with a cart from behind, in the second half of the game, attacking the 27th round of the Brasiliao.

“Those who follow my career know that I am far from being a violent and disrespectful guy on and off the field, so much so that in my entire career I had two suspensions, the first against Atlético Mineiro where I slipped and committed the foul. The second in the last game against Santos where I committed the foul to To avoid a reasonable goal, I made a mistake, and I have no problem taking my responsibility. I preferred the lack to the risk of the goal and I overdid it, I apologize to my co-workers and to the fans who always supported the good times and I knew it would be no different now, thank you!”, he wrote.

Finally, the Palmeiras player made sure to say that he will continue to work to help the team achieve its goals.

“So with my head held high, I will continue to work because we have goals to achieve and as I said, I know how important I am to this goal! I am still the same, I am still good and confident in myself. Potential because I know that in adversity we become even greater. Avanti Palestra!”, Concluded.

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