- Swiss fan Luca Loutenbach has captured the hearts of many with his celebratory styles and emotions at the EURO 2020 Championship
- Luca Loutenbach was particularly impressive in the round of 16 meeting between France and Switzerland
- Many organizations are now interested in partnering with him as they have been impressed with his styles so far at EURO 2020
Swiss football fan Luca Loutenbach is the man of the moment who made a name for himself at the current EURO 2020 with his superb ways of celebrating and playing in the stands.
He caught the attention of many in the round of 16 between France and Switzerland in which his country came down from 3-1 to level matters before winning on penalties.
Luca Loutenbach’s display in the EURO 2020 knockout match between France and Switzerland has now made him make some great offers.
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The meeting will be played on Friday evening July 2 and will give Luca another chance to show off his talents that are gradually making him famous.
Loutenbach will also receive gifts from Red Bull and a holiday courtesy of the Swiss Tourist Office.
In addition, the Swiss public health office has reportedly contacted Luca as they want him to be the face of their vaccination project, which will be another historic achievement for the football fan.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported how, after their exit from the round of 16 of the current Euro 2020 championship, a new scandal rocked the France national football team with reports claiming that Kylian Mbappe is “jealous” of Antonie Griezmann.
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Mbappe’s missed free kick against Switzerland means the Blues, favorites to win the tournament, have crashed.
The Swiss pulled off the coming back 3-1 to grab two late goals to force the game into overtime after finishing 3-3 in regulation time. Goalless in overtime, the match ended in penalties.
While Switzerland scored all of their shots on goal, Kylian Mbappe lost the France team’s decisive fifth kick as they said goodbye to the tournament losing 5-4.
And now details have emerged that after the game there were conflicts between the families of the players.