Brazil football stars on latest anti-government protests
Dani Alves and other players from Brazil's national football squad have been speaking about the latest anti-government protests in the country.
On Tuesday, a small group of protesters targeted a friendly football match between Brazil and Panama in the central city of Goiania.
The demonstrators, who gathered near the stadium, denounced the huge cost of the upcoming Fifa World Cup tournament, arguing that more money should be spent on public services to ease inequality.
The players said that they sympathised with the protesters' concerns, but hoped they would rally behind the team when the tournament started on June 12.
Video produced by BBC Brasil's Julio Gomes Filho
04 Jun 2014