FC Porto star Alex Telles has apologised for his show of shame after he was sent off during his side’s 2-0 home loss to Italian Serie A champions Juventus in their UEFA Champions League (UCL) round of 16 first leg clash played at the Estadio Dragao on Wednesday night.
Alex Telles, who received his marching orders after two quick yellow cards in the first half of the game, took to his Instagram page to pen his heartfelt apology to the club’s fans adding that he would do everything within his power to alter the bad image received as a result of his actions.
The Brazilian defender will now be suspended for the second leg slated for the Juventus Stadium in Turin on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 with FC Porto hoping to upturn the 2-0 deficit away from home against the 2014 UCL finalists though it is highly unlikely as a result of Juventus’ formidable home form having won all their games at the Stadium this season aside the 0-0 draw against Spanish side Sevilla earlier this season in the UCL group stage.
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