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Michael Ballack goes viral for what he did at racy strip club with plenty on show

Michael Ballack goes viral for what he did at a racy strip club with plenty on show it would see with footage being uploaded online.

Out at an Ibiza nightclub, the former footballer was seen with a bunch of mates who were looking on at the women parading themselves on stage,

However not even that could take the ex-Blues player’s attention from the Champions League final that was going on at the same time.

Michael Ballack watched the Champions League final from an Ibiza nightclub on Saturday

The German hilariously ignored the dancers, checking out what was going on in one of the the biggest finals in the worlds, then looked shocked at a decision made during the game.

In the end, Chelsea lifted their second Champions League title on Saturday night after a Thomas Tuchel’s side did enough to prevent Manchester City from winning another trophy.

The ex-midfielder unfortunately couldn’t make it to Porto for the big night but was in the perfect place to celebrate after the final whistle blew. Best of both worlds for most men some would say.

The former Germany international had no interest in the two cabaret dancers on the stage

Ballack is sat beside the stage at Lio, which is a club based on Ibiza Town’s marina. 

The former Germany captain didn’t look up once as the two dancers strutted around in skimpy outfits to Beyonce’s ‘Run The World’, even appearing to comment on the game to a friend beside him. 

Following seven minutes of nail-biting injury-time, Ballack could finally relax with a smile on his face and enjoy the party island.

Ballack played for Chelsea between 2006 and 2010, lifting the Premier League, three FA Cups and the League Cup. 

His stint didn’t extend quite long enough to be part of Chelsea’s 2011/2012 season, when Roberto Di Matteo, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Co lifted London’s first European cup. 

Fans reacted as Michael Ballack goes viral for what he did at racy strip club with plenty on show…

@cfcdxnyy: Priorities innit

@__TheUnsullied: This was me at the wedding I attended yesterday. πŸ˜‚

@MedianoEra: He’s a class act

@Doly_Pop: This is how he’s spending his money…. πŸ˜‚

@ForeverAYellow: actually proud of him here haha

@Dekain_: I love ballack 😭😭😭

@Alex232__: Exactly what i’d be doing @Ballack πŸ’™πŸ’™

@kxvthadon: This is gold. Legend

@JamesTh66036018: When it’s in your blood, it’s in your blood! πŸ’™

@Az_Capone1: Dfkm man is not paying her any attention 🀣🀣

@shitrioftbll: β€œWho need ass and tits we got cl final today”

@grit_kulture: Michael Ballack watching the champions league final on his phone at a strip club is the funniest shit you’ll see all week πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

@kayosali: Nothing can beat football not even dancing women πŸ˜‚ 🀣

@cfcouge: Knows what’s important

@havertzadrian: man has priorities on point

@zaynxchelsea: Ballack be like…let me watch my club first πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ’™ true blue #ChelseaFC

@ShaunLastBorn__: he knows his priority. the same hotties will keep on coming at every 30 min, but UCL finals once a year

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Man City boss Pep Guardiola: “It’s an exceptional season we’ve had. It’s an honour to be here. In the second half we were brilliant and brave. But they defend so strong and are so fast on the counter-attack. We will come back maybe one day again. I did what was best for the team [on selection].

“He [Kevin De Bruyne] was injured but this happens. In these kind of games, we need everyone. The ambition now is to the rest, and then game by game we will come back and hopefully return to this stage in the future.”

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel: “To share it with everybody is incredible. We made it. Wow. I don’t know what to feel.

“I was so grateful to arrive a second time [in the final]. I felt different. We were somehow… You could feel it getting closer.

“The [players] were determined to win this. We wanted to be a stone in their shoe. We encouraged everybody to step up and step out, to be more brave and create dangerous counter-attacks.”


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