German World Cup winner beaten up by ten thugs at match who targeted ‘dad’s with young children’

By | 14th May 2019

WORLD CUP winner Kevin Grosskreutz was involved in an incredible brawl at a German lower league match as he tried to stop kids getting beaten up.

The 2014 world champion, 30 — who now plays for KFC Uerdingen in the third tier of German football — was slapped in the face as he attempted to intervene in a row between around 10 rival fans.

The brawl erupted during VFL Kemminghausen’s game with Brambauer
The anarchy descended during the closing stages of the game before it was abandoned

Right-back and winger Grosskreutz was not playing, but attending a match of his hometown club VFL Kemminghausen in their match with FC Brambauer.

According to reports, Grosskreutz also acts as coach to Kemminghausen and he was unhappy as children in the crowd became embroiled in a brawl.

He told Ruhr news: “I went there because I saw 20 people running from them towards the crowd.

“I wanted to settle it down and said: ‘S**t there are children there! Stop it!’


“We hope for a peaceful outcome of the discussions after the game.”

Grosskreutz came to prominence at Borussia Dortmund under current Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and was an unused substitute in Germany’s World Cup win in 2014.

He was relegated with Stuttgart to Bundesliga 2 in 2016, before moving to Darmstadt and then Uerdingen.

Kevin Grosskreutz was an unused substitute for Germany in the 2014 World Cup as they went on to win
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Jurgen Klopp consoles Grosskreutz after Borussia Dortmund are beaten in the 2013 Champions League final
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Grosskreutz was part of Germany’s victorious World Cup squad in 2014
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Grosskreutz in action for Dortmund against Arsenal in 2013
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This post written by Alex Terrell originally appeared on Football news - transfers, fixtures, scores, pictures | The Sun. Read the full post here.

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