It is more and more difficult to play football. We must first escape the virus, multiply the tests, protect ourselves. You then have to prove your identity, sometimes, before entering the lawn … Marcus Thuram, son of Lilian and striker of Borussia Mönchengladbach, experienced it this Wednesday afternoon. Arriving at the Guiseppe-Meazza stadium where he is to face Inter Milan in the Champions League (9 p.m.), the French striker (23), who had apparently forgotten his accreditation, was refused the access by the steward, forcing him to present an identity document.
The former Guingamp striker first lowered his mask but the gesture was not enough. He then searched his name in Google on his smartphone and showed the photo to the security guard. The sesame worked this time and Marcus Thuram was able to enter the enclosure to prepare for his match.
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