MARIO BALOTELLI showed off his incredible skills on his rooftop deck as the former Manchester City star continues to cope with Italy’s strict coronavirus lockdown.
The ex-Liverpool star, 29, kitted himself out in an all-black tracksuit in the baking hot sun of southern Italy on Saturday to showed off his silky skills.
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And Balotelli effortlessly performed with some keepy-uppies with a mini-ball on his roof.
The 36-cap Italy striker – evidently sponsored by PUMA – captioned his short clip: “The result of the Combination of @puma shoes @puma outfit @puma mini ball and a funny @pumafootball athlete.”
Balotelli is currently abiding by Italy’s strict lockdown rules, having last played in Brescia’s 3-0 loss at Sassuolo on March 9.
Italy declared a national state of emergency over coronavirus in January – with a country-wide lockdown only coming into effect on March 9 – the day of Super Mario’s last game.
Since then, Italy – and Serie A action – has been put on hold.
Balotelli has endured something of a journeyman’s career having burst onto the scene with Inter Milan in 2007, aged just 17.
Balotelli has scored five times in 19 Serie A games, with one red card to his name, to boot.
The Italian has been in trouble frequently in the past – most-notably after his house in Manchester caught fire after he set off fireworks in the bathroom.
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Amongst numerous other incidents, Balotelli was once fined after being caught driving his Ferrari at up to 125mph in a road race against a friend’s Lamborghini.
And Brescia – owned by former Leeds chairman Massimo Cellino – were forced to step in earlier this week to prevent another potential blunder.
Balotelli had hoped to broadcast a live Instagram chat with porn star Rocco Siffredi – who has starred in over 1,300 X-rated films during his career.