Balotelli shared a video of his smashed car on his Instagram story, with an accompanying message to the vandals who did the damage.

“Whoever you are, you will find about this message,” he wrote (via translation), before issuing a chilling warning to the vandals.

“I’m just saying that you have to pray,” he continued.

“Pray a lot, so that I will never know who you are.”

Balotelli also stated that he would be ensuring those responsible are brought to task for their actions, saying, “You will be prosecuted – there is no other way. Cowardly b*stards.”

Balotelli, who has also had spells with Inter and AC Milan in Italy, as well as stints with English Premier League sides Manchester City and Liverpool, is currently a free agent after departing Serie A side Brescia at the end of last season.

The striker has more recently been linked with a move to Brazilian side Vasco da Gama.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

20 questions for government to answer over Project Restart

Shadow sports minister Alison McGovern has submitted 20 questions for the government to answer over the Premier League‘s Project Restart plan, including what the protocol would be for positive coronavirus test results. The Labour MP for Wirral South also queries…

Ben Burrows What now after the longest ever Premier League season is over?

The longest league season in football history is finally in the books after the shortest possible run to the finish line. 92 games were crammed into just 39 days as the Premier League not only resumed the 2019/20 campaign amid…

WNBA players react to Breonna Taylor grand jury announcement

The Las Vegas Aces were at practice on Wednesday afternoon when it was announced that no officers were being directly charged with Breonna Taylor’s death. It was clear that the Aces players were still wrapping their heads around the news…

Tokyo 2020 back decision to light Olympic flame without spectators

  TOKYO — The organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games expressed their support for Greece’s decision to hold the Olympic flame’s lighting ceremony without spectators present as a countermeasure against Covid-19. “Tokyo 2020 is grateful for the efforts of…