By the editorial staff
THE SCAN SPORT – Yann Sommer had declared that he would offer chocolate to his defender for his decisive save against PSG. But in reality, he donated 700 kilograms of chocolates to a Munich charity.
Yann Sommer kept his promise. Euphoric after the qualification of Bayern Munich against PSG last Wednesday, the Swiss goalkeeper had these words at the microphone of DAZN in the mixed zone:I’ll leave a truck full of Swiss chocolate outside her door“. He is Matthijs de Ligt, author of a save on his line on Vitinha’s strike. A decisive tackle without which the match could have taken a completely different turn.
Victory in hand, the executioner of the France team at Euro 2021 kept his word, as reported by the media TZ. But rather than offer it to his Dutch teammate, he decided to donate 700 kilograms of Swiss chocolate to Münchner Tafel, a Munich charity (the equivalent of Restos du Coeur).
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A surprise made by Yann Sommer who had voluntarily not warned the ociation. “We didn’t know exactly what was in it, just that it was from FC Bayern“, confided Steffen Horak, member of the ociation, to Merkur . Chocolate is part of our daily distribution and our 28 beneficiaries will be sure to have some, that’s for sure..” The rescue of Matthijs De Ligt will therefore have made a lot of people happy.
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