Panicked, Tchuameni begs for forgiveness
Aurelien Chuameni’s presence at Bercy on Thursday was underrated when Real faced Villarreal in the Copa del Rey in the Spanish capital.
There were beautiful people, Thursday, in the stands of Bercy. Many stars came to Accor Arena to attend the NBA battle between Detroit and Chicago. Magic Johnson also made the trip to the capital, as did two former Pistons greats Rip Hamilton and Ben Wallace. They faced Tony Parker, one of the executioners, in the 2005 final. And Victor Vembanyama, who is expected to be the first pick in the draft next season, obviously did not miss the event.
Charles Leclerc, Pierre Gasly, Esteban Ocon, Teddy Riner, Pharrell Williams, Gerard Pique, Thomas Njigol or Kevin Mayer were also in the stands. Also, evidence of Aurelien Chuameni, a great NBA fan, visiting the United States after the World Cup in Qatar. But the presence of the tricolor midfielder in Bercy with a hip injury has sparked plenty of talk across the Pyrenees. Not because of his injury, but because he met Villarreal at the same time as “Real” in the 1/8 finals of the King’s Cup.
Merengues, who led 2-0 at the break, finally escaped in the final minutes thanks to a goal from Dani Ceballos in Extremis (3-2). The former Monegasque has nevertheless faced a lot of criticism. All it took for the tricolor midfielder was to apologize on social media. “I apologize to my club, the technical staff, my teammates and the Madrid fans for being involved in an event when we were playing in the cup. I listened carefully all the time to what was happening at Villarreal, but I did not react properly. I am sorry “, he wrote on Twitter.
Pido mi club disculpas, al cuerpo técnico, compañeros ya la afición madridista por mi present en un had to a la hora que nos jugábamos mucho en la Copa. He moved to Villarreal, but it wasn’t right. Lo siento mucho.🤍
— Aurelien Tchouameni (@atchouameni) January 19, 2023
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