Choupo-Moting explains the worst miss of all time

Choupo-Moting explains the worst miss of all time

Choupo-Moting explains the worst miss of all time

The ball was goalbound before Choupo-Moting tried to steal the goal for himself, but the German somehow managed to turn the ball back onto the post instead of tapping it into the net.

"I thought that the defender was maybe going to take the ball and, after, I hesitated to take the ball, I asked myself if I was offside and everything went very quickly", Choupo-Moting said. "I touched the ball, it hit the post and, well, it's a real shame because the ball was going in", former Stoke City striker Choupo-Moting told Canal+ after the game.

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In his pre-match press conference on Saturday, Tuchel suggested he would like to add three or four players to his squad for next season, when the club will no doubt once again have lofty expectations of Champions League success.

Strasbourg coach Thierry Laurey opted for a very defensive side that struggled to string passes together and rarely took the ball out of its own half during the first 20 minutes.

Choupo-Moting had given the champions-in-waiting the lead after 13 minutes before Nuno Da Costa's leveller. Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting couldn't find the net from a matter of inches against Strasburg last night and well, nobody could quite process how it happened.

To make things, Strasbourg ended up going into the sheds 1-2 up after a great goal by Goncalves.

Choupo-Moting had just 22 touches and it was hardly surprising to see Tuchel replace him with Mbappe - who made a difference during his cameo appearance - on the hour.

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