World Cup Thrashing: Brazil’s Dante Vows To Punch Germany’s Thomas Muller If He Keeps Taunting Him


Brazilian defender, Dante, has warned his Bayern Munich teammate, Thomas Müller, to stop making jokes about Brazil’s 7-1 World Cup defeat to Germany or get punched.
Since the World Cup semi-final defeat, Dante, has endured cruel jokes at the hands of his Bayern Munich teammates, many of whom were in Germany's World Cup squad.
The guiltiest among them has been Müller, scorer of the first goal in the match.
Speaking to the Brazilian TV channel Globoesporte, Dante said: “The Germans joked about it, especially just after the game, up to the moment when I said it was the time to stop. The 7-1 was something more serious than people realised.
“We can joke about anything, but not about this. Not all the Germans were like this, but Thomas is the big joker. I said to him: ‘If you don’t stop, I’m going to hit you in every training session.’
“This doesn’t make me laugh and when someone doesn’t laugh, it means they are annoyed.”
Dante, 31, added that the defeat has changed people's opinion of him and believes he is unlikely to be recalled to the national team, now managed by Carlos Dunga.

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