Phil Foden, young Manchester City player, has fired his social media team. The reason for this is the difficult tweet of Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe after qualifying for the Champions League semi-finals.
On Wednesday, Manchester City qualified for the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 5 years. Borussia Dortmund overcame him and he can prepare for a double confrontation with Paris Saint-Germain.
Phil Foden got an important stake in the qualifiers with two goals. His performance lured the social media team behind Fouden to challenge PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe, the semi-final opponent. And the tweet read: “Kylian Mbappe, are you ready.”
Foden wasn’t pleased with the tweet and quickly took it offline again. However, that wasn’t enough for the 20-year-old Englishman. Foden launched his social media team today.
Tottenham goalkeeper Joe Hart has already shown it to Foden
Foden is not the first Englishman to ask about his team on social media this year. Tottenham goalkeeper Joe Hart actually made a mistake on Instagram a few months ago.
Tottenham set aside Dynamo Zagreb 2-0 in the first leg of the European League quarter-finals. The hardest part seemed to be over. But in the second leg he still had to lose to the Croats (3-0) after extra time.
The social media team behind Hart believed the stolen was in and posted Post-match “Mission Over” on Instagram, the story of the former England No.1 player.
Hart then apologized for the post. “Someone on the team posted that and that is unacceptable. I’m sorry this happened. It didn’t come from me. I just love this club and I’m disappointed like everyone else. It was a typo,” he said.
Cristiano Ronaldo is also not unannounced
Cristiano Ronaldo was also surprised by his social media team. The Portuguese Juventus star is managing his social media by Polaris Sports, the company of the broker José Mendes.
Before each match, Polaris Sports publishes a photo announcing the match. Before the match against Genoa, a mistake happened. At first glance there was nothing strange in the image. Although the Serie A logo did not appear in the upper right corner, the La Liga logo was displayed.
This sparked a lot of rumors about the possibility of Ronaldo returning to the Spanish League. He played CR7 with Real Madrid from 2009 to 2018.
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