Bayern Munich demolished Hertha Berlin 6-0 on Saturday, and clearly the Munich players needed more ways to amuse themselves in such a lopsided affair. So, here’s Franck Ribery and Toni Kroos playing rock-paper-scissors to determine who would take a free kick. Ribery came out as the victor, with his paper covering Kroos’ rock.
Ribery didn’t score on the subsequent kick, but, glass half-full, he did best his teammate in a gripping game of rock-paper-scissors. It’s the small victories that count the most sometimes.
Lest anyone forgets that soccer is a young person's game, Toni Kroos and Franck Ribery are there to remind them. The Bayern Munich pair resorted to a childhood standard to settle a dispute during Saturday's 6-0 win over Hertha Berlin. At one point in the game, Bayern was awarded a free-kick close to Hertha's goal, and both players wanted to take it. The free world knows...
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