- Breel Embolo's mother has warned Cameroonian fans to leave her son alone after World Cup goal
- Embolo has been under serious attack since he scored for Switzerland against the country of his birth
- Germaine while speaking made it clear that Swiss people trained her son and they should respect him
Germaine who is the mother of Switzerland international Breel Embolo has expressed anger over the attack on her son most especially on social media after scoring against Cameroon at the ongoing 2022 World Cup.
Embolo has for the last couple of days been making the sporting headlines after scoring against the country of his birth in which his goal gave Switzerland a 1-0 win.
After scoring the goal, Embolo did not celebrate which was a mark of respect to all Cameroonians where he was born before his parents moved him to France when he was young.
However, some Cameroonians were not happy that Embolo scored against them and they even went to his family house with the target of destroying the place.
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According to the latest report on Sporting Sun, Embolo's mother explained that Cameroonians have no right to be angry because Switzerland trained her son.
Statement made by Germain Embolo
"Leave my child alone, leave Embolo alone. When the Swiss took and trained him, where was Cameroon? You should instead talk about your own players. A national team where you have to pay money before you are called up.''
Embolo currently plays for Monaco in France and he will want to continue with his impressive form at the World Cup.
Embolo storms Cameroon’s dressing room
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how video emerged on social media where Breel Embolo was spotted walking into the Cameroonian dressing room to salute players from the country of his birth.
Embolo was born in Yaounde which is a big city in Cameroon, but his parents later moved to France before they eventually settled down in Switzerland.
After working his way through their junior teams, Embolo made his professional debut for Basel in March 2014, and won the Swiss Super League in all three of his first seasons before moving to Schalke 04 for an initial €20 million.
Shortly after moving to the Bundesliga, he suffered an ankle injury that ruled him out for nearly a year.
On Thursday afternnon, 24 November, Embolo scored against Cameroon in Switzerland opening game at the 2022 World Cup and his goal sealed the win for the Europeans.
Source: Sports Brief News