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Video: Dani Alves Obviously Didn’t Work Hard Enough Against Manchester United Last Night

Video: Dani Alves Obviously Didn’t Work Hard Enough Against Manchester United Last Night

Dani Alves obviously didn’t get enough of a work out against Manchester United last night.

The Brazilian full-back was outstanding as PSG beat Manchester United 2-0 at Old Trafford in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie.

He was a constant threat down the right for the French champions, causing Luke Shaw a lot of problems.

And he was just as good going backwards, even recovering at one point to earn the foul that led to Paul Pogba’s second yellow card and subsequent red.

But Alves obviously didn’t have to work too hard as he was back in the gym putting in the work this afternoon:

Alves is in some shape for being 35 and apparently in the twilight of his career.

The Brazilian joined PSG at the start of last season to help them in their pursuit of the Champions League trophy.

And last night’s result definitely helps them doing that as United will have to produce a memorable performance to overturn that two-goal deficit.

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