Jesper Lindstrøm and Thomas Müller in a comparison?
It may sound a bit wild, but there’s a reason for the madness.
On the field, Thomas Müller is a formidable finisher who scores a sea of goals because he positions himself fantastically.
Young Jesper Lindstrøm, who plays for Eintracht Frankfurt on a daily basis, is more explosive and challenging on the edge.
Still, the two players are now being compared online. However, it is not on the basis of playing style, level or trophies, but rather because of their way of cheering.
Recently, especially on Twitter, there have been plenty of pictures of the two players cheering.
It has there because the two players cheer almost identically.
So far, the jubilation scenes are the only ones that one can compare the two players with.
Although Jesper Lindstrøm has had a fine season, where he has scored five times and set up for the same, there is still a long way to go to reach Thomas Müller’s level.
The 32-year-old German, who has played 409 matches for Bayern Munich, has won most of his long career.
The CV states, among other things, the Champions League, the World Cup, the Bundesliga and much more. Something more than Jesper Lindstrøm’s one Superliga title.
Both Lindstrøm and Müller are currently with Denmark and Germany, respectively, at the national team gathering prior to the training matches in the coming days.