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Dante tells Muller: Stop teasing me or else!

2015-01-08 14:31
Dante (Supplied)

Cape Town - An annoyed Dante has given teammate Thomas Muller his final warning about joking of Brazil's humialiation at the hands of Germany during the 2014 Soccer World Cup.

The Daily Mirror report that there is some unfriendly banter between Bayern Munich teammates and World Cup opponents Dante and Thomas Muller.

Dante revealed to Brazilian TV station Globoesporte that he is still coming under fire with "jokes" from Thomas Muller.

Dante said: “We can joke about anything, but not about this."

Muller has reportedly persisted poking fun at his Brazilian teammate following the 7-1 routing Germany handed Brazil at Belo Horizonte in the semi-final's of the 2014 Soccer World Cup.

“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." Dante told reporters.

A five season national team veteran, Dante has now given Muller his final warning.

Dante told Muller: "If you don’t stop, I’m going to hit you in every training session."

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