Are Bayern Munich mocking Neymar? German membership’s celebrations are soundtracked by songs by Maluma
Is Bayern Munich deriding Neymar? Champions League victors' changing area festivities are soundtracked by melodies by Maluma – the ex of PSG star's buddy Natalia Barulich
Bayern Munich appeared to mock Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar within the changing area after their Champions League win on Sunday evening.
Were they really mocking?
The German participation's gamers appeared to be singing close by and giggling to a track alluded to as 'Hawaii' which was composed by Maluma, the ex of the Brazilian star's current sweetheart Natalia Barulich.
Neymar was seen deriding the track before inside the week close by PSG colleagues Angel Di Maria, Ander Herrera, and Mauro Icardi, in any case, the tables have turned on the Brazilian aggressor following this most current annihilation.
Bayern Munich gamers had been seen singing close by to a track composed by Neymar's partner's ex
The track alluded to as 'Hawaii', was composed by Colombian vocalist Maluma who dated Natalia Barulich
Neymar and Barulich have been relationship since February, anyway, the Croatian-Colombian mannequin was going out with artist Maluma till the again finish of the definite yr.
The artist propelled the 'Hawaii' track in October, which is supposedly about his separation with Barulich and Neymar was chuckling close by alongside his PSG partners with the track inside the foundation after their semi-last win over RB Leipzig this week.
After Neymar propelled the video taunting Maluma's track, the artist erased his private Instagram account.
Barulich has been relationship Neymar since February, two or three months after her at Maluma cut up
Neymar was an aspect of the PSG feature on Sunday and Bayern gamers taunted him with the track
What did Lucas Hernandez do?
French protector Lucas Hernandez was seen slamming a drum close by to the track.
The French left-back also posted a video of Bayern gamers. They were reciting participation tunes inside the changing area. They were with skipper Manuel Neuer holding the Champions League overhead though jumping here and there.
Another film from Hernandez's record uncovers the gamers. They were singing close by to Queen's 'We Are The Champions' while on the staff transport.
Changing area film also uncovers Bayern gamers singing participation drones with the trophy
'We Are The Champions'
The post-coordinate film uncovers Bayern Munich gamers singing 'We Are The Champions' on the transport
Bayern lifted the Champions League after Kingsley Coman's second-half point isolated the 2 sides inside the Lisbon standoff.
Neymar was seen sobbing on the full-time whistle. He should have been comforted by various Bayern gamers, along with protector David Alaba.
After the match, Neymar tweeted: 'Losing is an aspect of the game, we endeavor all the pieces, we battle till the tip. Much obliged to you for the assistance and friendship of each viewed as one of you and CONGRATULATIONS to BAYER'.