Ghana international Kevin-Prince Boateng has reacted to Germany’s farce in their game against Hungary on Wednesday.
Germany despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Hungary progressed to the round of 16 of the Euro 2020 Championship.
The newly signed Hertha Berlin forward who is serving as an expert for Germany TV station ARD reacted to the rainbow farce which indicates the acceptance of LGBTQ in Germany as the venue was branded with rainbow farce.
According to Kevin, it is to use a good tournament where many just want to see great football and emotions to point out that we are all the same.
. "The sad thing is that we still have to make such a mark today and use a good tournament, where many just want to see great football and emotions, to point out that we are all the same."
When asked about possible ways to achieve improvements in this point, the still active player also becomes clear. "Each individual must make this clear for himself. It is important that we know from the inside who and what we are and what we believe in," says Boateng.
"I don't need a rainbow for that, I don't need strikes for that - they're cries for help in a generation where we still have to talk about it and use these huge events to show that everyone is equal."