- Douglas Luiz has taken issue with a journalist who shared a video of his girlfriend while celebrating a goal
- Luiz's girlfriend, Alisha Lehmann, is also a professional footballer and plies her trade with the Aston Villa Women's team
- The journalist has since deleted his tweet after Luiz made his feelings clear over the widely circulated video
Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz has ripped into Brazilian journalist Milton Neves after he shared a video that appeared to objectify his girlfriend, Alisha Lehmann.
Lehmann and Luiz confirmed they were in a relationship last year. She is also a professional footballer who plays as a striker for Aston Villa women.
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In the video, Lehmann is seen celebrating one of her goals with her back turned toward the camera. In a popular video that had circulated online, a social media user had asked people to say what number was on her jersey without rewatching the video.
Daily Mail reports that Neves shared the video with a subtle comment of 'watch and comment.' The reaction from the journalist left a sour taste on Luiz's mouth, who tweeted,
In the tweet, Luiz stated that the journalist was experienced in football and that posting that video was disrespectful to women's football, not only to the player, who is his girlfriend.
The Lehmann video was taken on the opening day of the Women's Super League, where Aston Villa beat Manchester City 4-3. The Swiss international opened the scoring en route to a shock result over the heavyweights.
Neves has since deleted his tweet.
Luis remains to be a key target for Mikel Arteta. Arsenal tried to snap him up in the summer transfer window but failed to do so. He is seen as a perfect cover for the injury-ravaged Thomas Partey.
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Source: Sports Brief News