Brighton-profile Neal Maupay stole the headlines when he was involved in a nasty accident, which sent Arsenal's goalkeeper, Bernd Leno, out of the game.
Subsequently, the Brighton striker hated, but now says he is sorry for the unfortunate Arsenal-goalkeeper. He does so on his Twitter, where he at the same time, sending warm thoughts to the German keeper.
As I already said, I'm sorry about what happened to Bernd Leno, I never meant to hurt him. I wish him a speedy recovery— Neal Maupay (@nealmaupay18) June 20, 2020
'As I have already said, I'm really sorry about what happened with Bernd Leno. I would never do him any harm. I want, that he comes quickly,' writes Neal Maupay on his Twitter profile.
the Reactions were otherwise violent, as Bernd Leno suddenly went in the grass and writhing in pain after a tangle with Neal Maupay, who not gave in the duel with the German Arsenal-keeper.
the Situation where it went wrong for Bernd Leno. Photo: Gareth Fuller/Ritzau Scanpix
Among other things, got it Bernd Lenos teammate Matteo Guendouzi to respond by quickly pushing Neal Murpay away. It was the Brighton striker to lash out after the Arsenal players after the match, where he said to BT Sport.
- Some of the Arsenal players really need to learn to be humble. They talked a lot, and they got what they deserved.
Anyway it seems, however, that Neal Maupay is sad, what happened with Bernd Leno. In each case he has she publicly posted an apology to the 28-year-old German.
Brighton went on to win the match against Arsenal with 2-1 after being down 0-1 at the break. The decisive goal in the dying minutes were put into just Neal Maupay.
We can therefore talk about the fact that he somehow went from being a villain to become the hero for Brighton.
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