Tech & Science ID! Gladbach star has to google himself
Mainz: 250 instead of 6800 spectators
After 3,403 fans were in the stadium against VfB Stuttgart, Mainz 05 was looking forward to 6800 spectators each with a view to the home games against Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Mönchengladbach. According to the general decree of the city on Monday, only 250 spectators are now allowed. © imago images The Mainz stadium will again only be visited very sparsely in Leverkusen and Gladbach. The next step in the return to normal must be postponed.
Marcus Thuram ensures a laugh before Gladbach's Champions League opener in Milan. The French forget their ID and googling themselves without further ado.
No ID? No problem!
That's probably what Marcus Thuram from Borussia Mönchengladbach thought when he made his way to San Siro without an ID.
There the foals will meet Inter Milan in the Champions League on Wednesday evening. ()
Video: How good was Andriy Shevchenko actually? (Sport1)Thuram googles himself
A nasty surprise awaited the French on site. Because a folder wanted to see his ID.
Instead of turning back and getting it, the Italian-born Frenchman had a better idea.
Without further ado, Thuram pulled out his cell phone and googled his name.
The result, an Wikipedia entry about him, he showed the folder.
The Frenchman was celebrated as a "legend" for this campaign.
Man United and Chelsea 'join Bayern in race to sign Denis Zakaria' .
The 23-year-old has two years remaining on his contract in Germany, but Borussia Monchengladbach are still believed to be holding out for at least £45million. European champions Bayern and the Premier League duo will go in for Zakaria next summer as they aim to strengthen their midfield options, according to Bild.