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They can't believe it, this is how Julian Alvarez amazed City fans at the Korean TV

By Liam Styles

The Manchester City player even received a special stamp with his last name in Korean 

The Manchester City player even received a special stamp with his last name in Korean 

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The Argentine striker Julian Alvarez amazed the Manchester City fans in the last few hours with an unexpected and hilarious moment during the club’s preseason Asia Tour Summer 2023, where he and his teammates participated in several commercial and branding activities which surprised the Manchester City fans all around the world.

One of the most hilarious moments during the preseason Tour had place in Korea, where Julian Alvarez surprised everyone at the club and among the fans in a television show intervention along with Manuel Akanji and Rico Lewis, with whom the former River Plate player interacted and greeted the Korean audience in a funny English talk where Julian had the time to showed his sympathy.

In this sense, the first Julian’s intervention was simple, saying “hi guys”, after which he was congratulated by the fans for having won the World Cup in Qatar with the Argentine team and he thanked them for the recognition received. "I feel very happy, obviously, winning three titles with Manchester City and the World Cup in the same year is a source of pride. I never thought that so many things would happen to me with how difficult it is in the same season at 23 years old, I am very proud", he commented on it.

Julian starred one of his best TV performances in Korea

The Manchester City players were invited to copy a dance step and Julián Álvarez joined in with a very cheerful smile, with Akanji and Lewis at his sides, after which the striker pronounced a few words in the local language saying "Trust me", to finally accept the challenge of opening a special fan, but he failed in his attempt because with his fingers he prevented the object from opening completely, so it all ended with laughter.
 


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