Bryan Zaragoza was faster than Vinicius

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He managed to get out of Allianz Arena a valuable draw after seeing how in the second half the Bayern Munichwith goals from Leroy Sane and Harry Kane they turned around the initial amount of Vinicius Junior. However, it was the Brazilian forward, from eleven meters, who would not waste the opportunity. Vinicius’s pulse did not tremble as he cold-bloodedly took the penalty to bring the final score to 2-2 and leave the tie tied to play for a place in the final at the Santiago Bernabéu.

And it was there, after the end of the match, when the most curious anecdote of the crash took place, also starring Vinicius and the Spanish footballer from Bayern Munich. Bryan Zaragoza. As usual with Thomas Tuchel, the winger from Malaga, who joined the German team last January, was left on the bench without playing a single minute. However, that did not prevent the man from Malaga from being faster than anyone else in approaching Vinicius and ask for one thing…

The fact that? Well, his shirt. The former Granada footballer did not hesitate to jump onto the field to congratulate his teammates and some Real Madrid footballers and, incidentally, approach Vinicius, surprising him, to chat for a few seconds with him and ask for the shirt in exchange for his own. A scene that has not gone unnoticed, especially since there is so much talk about the future of Bryan Zaragoza and a possible return to Spanish .

But everything has a reason, and that is that for Vinicius is one of Bryan Zaragoza’s references, as he recognized this season when he still belonged to Granada. My idol as a child is Leo Messi. He is the one who set the times and the one I liked the most. He is the one I like the most right now and “The one I pay most attention to is Vinicius.”

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He doesn’t think about leaving Munich

However, in the run-up to the match, Bryan Zaragoza He made it clear that a departure next summer is not on his mind. “I appreciate the interest that some clubs have shown in me, but I am not contemplating a loan. My focus is on continuing to work hard and make the most of the opportunities that arise at Bayern. I am committed to the club and focused on continuing to grow and develop.” in Munich,” he confessed in an interview in Brand.

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