The two stars of the German Bayern Munich team lived a challenging and fun experience in Doha when they decided to take on the Arabic food challenge to learn the names of a group of the most famous foods.
And the Arab account of the German club Bayern Munich published a video clip showing the two Dutch players, Matthias de Ligt and Ryan Gravenberch, while reviewing a number of dishes and trying to guess their names, which are (falafel, Baba Ghanoush, chicken kabsa, kobeba, hummus, baklava, Umm Ali).
The two players were able to guess the correct names of some dishes, and they liked their delicious taste.
Arabic Food Challenge! ???? We did the challenge for the first time with @mdeligt_04 And@RGravenberch And it seems that Arab food had a very special taste. Get ready for another series of Arab challenges coming during the month of Ramadan! ????✨#bayern #mia_san_mia pic.twitter.com/NPIEBCGTBB
– Bayern Munich (@FCBayernAr) March 27, 2023
The challenge, which took place in an atmosphere of happiness and determination, saw the player win "Rayyan" With a score of 2-1 over Matthias.
The video received a wide interaction by the tweeters and fans of the German club, confirming their admiration for the idea of introducing foreign players to the famous Arab food, while some expressed the need to repeat the challenge with other players and add new dishes from the Arab kitchen.
It is noteworthy that the Bayern Munich account had congratulated Muslims on the advent of the blessed month of Ramadan, when it said: Welcome, Ramadan.. After occultation, your crescent is Ban! From #FCBayern we wish you, your families and friends all the very best on the occasion of the holy month of #Ramadan!
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