BVB: Moukoko shoots Schalke and is massively insulted

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Moukoko shoots Schalke and is massively insulted

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His opponents cannot stop him. Youssoufa Moukoko scores three times in the Junior Bundesliga against Schalke. But there are unpleasant scenes. At BVB, the anticipation for the expected professional debut is great.

Er just keeps on hitting as he wants. Youssoufa Moukoko continues to work on his outstanding goal rate in the Junior Bundesliga. After his three-pack in the first game of the season against Münster (5-0), he now scored all three goals in the derby against Schalke. In the end, BVB won 3-2.

The black and yellow hope for the next generation impressively underpinned the hymn of praise from BVB boss Hans-Joachim Watzke. The 61-year-old had said less than twelve hours earlier in the ZDF sports studio that he thought “a lot” of the 15-year-old.

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“He’s a great boy, very grounded and professional. But we mustn’t overload him with expectations. But he’s a great gamer. People can look forward to it, ”said Watzke.

Insults against Moukoko

Moukoko’s lead (10th) had Schalke equalized directly in return (own goal Gürpüz / 11th). After that, the show belonged entirely to the BVB youngster again: Moukoko only met in the 39th after he left his opponent in the penalty area with a body deception. In the 62nd minute, the striker then put a long shot flat into the left corner. Schalke only managed to hit Pavlidis (64th).

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While Moukoko convinced on the pitch with a strong performance, some spectators fell completely out of their role. The 15-year-old was massively insulted several times from the stands. A spectator shouted: “I’ll break all your bones.”

The insults could be heard clearly in the livestream that the DFB broadcast on YouTube. “There are a few unqualified comments in the audience. We want to distance ourselves from that, ”said reporter Marcel Pramschüfer, who commented on the game.

Moukoko wasn’t the only prominent name on the square. The brother of Bayern star Leroy Sané, 24, Sidi Sané, 17, was also used in front of the Schalke bosses (Baum, Naldo, Schneider and Knäbel), who had mixed in with the 300 spectators. He was substituted on a quarter of an hour before the end.




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