Presented to the German media on Monday, Eric Choupo-Moting was quick to get into action. This Thursday on the occasion of a late match in the first round of the German Cup, the former Parisian striker who left at the end of the summer for Bayern Munich scored a brace for his new formation against Düren, a modest 5 th division club which had renounced its right to entertain because of the sanitary conditions opting for a match at the Allianz Arena behind closed doors.
The first goal is 100% Ligue 1 since the decisive passer launched in depth is called Bouna Sarr who also signed for the Bavarian club from Olympique de Marseille. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting then propels the ball in the goal of a slipped tackle from the 24th minute of play. Thomas Muller then doubled the lead a quarter of an hour later on a penalty caused by … Choupo-Moting. The Cameroonian striker cracked the defense to go for his double (75th). The European champions ended up winning 3-0.
The first goal
For the meeting and two days before the resumption of the German championship (Bundesliga), coach Hansi Flick had chosen to rotate his workforce putting all his internationals to rest. Choupo-Moting therefore took the place at the forefront of Robert Lewandoski.
On Monday, the author of the decisive goal against Atalanta Bergamo (2-1) in the quarter-final of the Champions League in Lisbon had wanted to clarify a point with the German press concerning the end of his Parisian adventure. “At the end of my contract, Paris wanted to keep me. But I refused. And I’m very happy to be here today. According to our information, the capital club offered him a one-year contract extension.
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