The Norwegian footballer Ada Hegerberg, 23, was the first girl in history to win the women's Golden Ball. But the death of the Olympique de Lyon was attacked by audience and event, DJ Martin Solveig.
At the ceremony, organized by the magazine France Football, the athlete's music producer was on stage and asked if he could make a break, a dance stage known in the Latin world as "perreo", to celebrate his victory.
The overwhelming reflection – and face – Hegerberg showed his discomfort before the unfortunate bid by the presenter, and after the gala, he had a cataract of criticism about his attitude.
French DJ tried to put a cold cloth on the situation, but the piece of the video in which the player says "no" goes short away immediately. Through its social networks, Solveig went out to apologize and explain that everything was a joke.
In her Twitter account, Solveig said that the player understood it was a joke. But he apologized if someone had been offended by his comments. However, the criticism did not stop and the artist had to publish a video where I can continue with explanations. "The people who have left me more than 20 years ago know how respectable I am, especially with women," he explained.