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Sport Choupo-Motating criticized dealing with social media

08:25  08 april  2021
08:25  08 april  2021 Source:   sport1.de

The father of Choupo-Moting Tape on PSG

 The father of Choupo-Moting Tape on PSG © supplied by Sofoot Stop saying it's nice! JUST CHOUPO-MOTING, Father but also Manager of the former PSG player, came back in the columns of the Paris on the reasons that pushed his son to leave the club of the capital to rally the Bavaria to the Bavaria. Autumn, while the two courses cross the iron in quarter of C1 on Wednesday.

attacker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting from the German Football Rekordmeister Bayern Munich criticized dealing with social media.

Choupo-Moting kritisiert Umgang mit Sozialen Medien © Provided by sport1.de Choupo-Moting criticized dealing with social media

attacker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting from the German Football Record Master Bayern Munich has criticized dealing with social media: "If I am in Hamburg, I always drive on past the bolz places, on which I have gambled in my childhood. They are felt empty than then. Of course, this is also due to social media. The robes a lot of time. Just like video games, "said the 32-year-old in the interview with Spox and Goal: "The social media can be partly a glow world."

Hatzoms in the net, he often not read only. "Unfortunately, many idiots spread out of anonymity," Choupo-Moting said.

in retrospect At its time at Paris St. Germain, the striker also thinks of his childhood: "Once the fans have created a huge Dragon Ball Z banners with a Son Goku figure. I've celebrated the totally because Dragon Ball Z together with Prince of Bel Air was the favorite show of my childhood, "said Choupo-Moting and added:" In order not to miss, I even jogged home from school. "

Choupo-Moting was transferred from Paris to Munich last summer.

PSG and Bayern Munich Put on a Show .
The two UCL finalists from a season ago dazzled in the first leg of the quarterfinals, but will their vulnerabilities prevent either from returning to the title match? The quibble with elite modern sides is that they only really play half the game, that they are so dominant in their domestic leagues that they forget how to, or simply don’t bother to, defend. But the result is games like Paris Saint-Germain’s 3-2 win over Bayern Munich on Wednesday in the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals and a rematch of their August final in Lisbon. It was chaotic, frenetic, frequently brilliant and tremendous fun.

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