LISBON – Bayern Munich won the 2019-2020 Champions League. This success was obtained after Bayern were able to beat Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the final with a narrow score of 1-0 on Monday (24/8/2020) in the morning WIB.
Happiness clearly emanated from the fairness of the players of Hansi Flick’s club. Even the celebrations were visible from the field to entering the Bayern dressing room at the Da Luz Stadium, Lisbon, Portugal.
Interestingly, there was one moment where the Bayern players sounded like they were teasing Neymar Jr. So, according to a report from the Daily Mail, Monday (24/8/2020), the taunts were conveyed indirectly, but by the way they sang a Hawaiian song written directly by Maluma.
So, what’s wrong with singing Maluma’s hawaiian song? It turns out that Maluma is the ex-lover of Natalia Barulich, Neymar’s current girlfriend. Singing a song from Neymar’s ex-girlfriend at this time is what makes many parties feel that Bayern are mocking the PSG star player.
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Previously, Neymar also sang Maluma’s hawaiian song with his PSG teammates. Together with Angel Di Maria, Ander Herrera, and Mauro Icardi, Neymar looks flexible in singing the song of Natalia’s ex-lover.
Neymar’s meeting with Natalia itself took place in February 2019. At that time Neymar was celebrating a birthday party and he invited a singer from Colombia, Maluma, to fill the event. Natalia herself at that time was Maluma’s lover.
Since meeting at the birthday party, Neymar and Natalia have become even closer. Until finally when Natalia parted ways with Maluma, Neymar came as a substitute. This had led to rumors that Neymar was the third person behind the breaking of the relationship between Natalia and Maluma.
Neymar’s relationship with Natalia continues today. On various occasions, they were often caught on camera together. In fact, Neymar and Natalia have appeared together several times in magazines because both of them are extraordinary people in their respective fields.