Bayern Munich midfielder Corentin Tolisso and Hertha Berlin ahead Matheus Cunha have been fined after violating the security measures towards the coronavirus to get tattoos.
“We’re grateful that video games can presently happen within the Bundesliga regardless of the continuing coronavirus scenario,” Bayern chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge stated.
“A situation of that’s that gamers, coaches and employees should adhere to the DFL’s [German football league] hygiene idea in an exemplary method.
“Corentin Tolisso has now contravened these tips, though our sporting and medical management repeatedly and clearly talk them.
“We cannot tolerate violations like this. We are going to due to this fact hand Corentin Tolisso a heavy nice, which will probably be donated to charity.”
On Twitter, Tolisso apologised for his “misconduct” and stated he was sorry for disobeying “the laws of my membership and the DFL.”
“I do know that I’ve dissatisfied our followers and FC Bayern Munich. I’m sorry,” the France worldwide wrote.
Hertha sporting director Arne Friedrich informed the Bild newspaper Cunha “has realised his mistake” and can make a donation to a social establishment.
“That settles the problem for us and we glance forward,” Friedrich stated.
Whereas Cunha was a part of Hertha’s line-up overwhelmed 3-1 at Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday, Tolisso was out of Bayern squad that defeated Hoffenheim 4-1 on account of a muscular downside.
“That is an absolute no go for us. He’s very sorry, it occurred, it can’t be undone,” Bayern coach Hansi Flick stated of Tolisso’s protocol violation after the sport.