Despite representing Germany at the International level, Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng maintains his profound love towards his African roots.
The 31-year old in the wake of football suspension in Germany and across Europe due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic took to his twitter handle for a Q&A session on Wednesday.
In response to a questioned posed as to whether he has family members in Ghana and his relationship with them, the centre-back recounted his visit to the West African country in 2018, describing it as his ‘best experience’.
Jerome Boateng and his brother Kevin Prince Boateng made his history in 2010 as the first siblings to play on the opposing sides in a world game when Ghana faced Germany in the World Cup in South Africa.
The pair played each other again four years later in Brazil 2014 where Germany emerged eventual winners of the global showpiece.
Jerome before joining Bayern in 2011, featured for Hertha BSC, Hamburger SV, and Manchester City.
He has played 76 times for the German senior national football team.