Football legend Philipp Lahm at a press conference in Leipzig regarding the venue for Euro 2024.

World champion Philipp Lahm (here at a press conference in Leipzig on November 10, 2021) caught fire late at night in Berlin.

TV presenter Klaas Hofer Amlauf sets the arm of Bayern Munich legend Philipp Lahm on fire on his show. And that’s just to make the world champion’s entry on Wikipedia more exciting.

Berlin. What do you do when you’re a TV comedian and host a world soccer champion? Right: Light it up! At least that’s what mediator Claes Hofer-Amlauf (38) thought in the latest edition of Late Berlin, setting fire to former German Football Association captain Philipp Lahm (38).

Arm burn cause: Heufer-Umlauf and his team wanted to spice up Wikipedia’s entry to the Bayern legend. In return, Klass asked Lamm for nothing less than throwing dice with his burning arm.

Of course, the 2014 world champion agreed coldly. With the dramatic music, Lam confidently walked onto the stage and let his left arm flail. At the same time he began to roll the dice with the right. The former professional player rolled four sixes on the first try! Perhaps it is not a coincidence. Then Lahm managed to get the same fifth on his own on the third try.

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There is no new entry in Wikipedia L.’s biography

Immediately upon successful completion of the task, Heufer-Umlauf submitted a change request to Wikipedia. But so far, none of his incredible stunt can be found upon entering Lam.

Lahm played for Bayern Munich from 1995 to 2017, except for a one-year loan to Stuttgart. The Munich-born player has won eight championship titles and six cups with Bayern Munich.

In addition to winning the 2014 World Cup, the 2012/13 Champions League title in particular is likely to be Lahm’s highlight. The defending man played a total of 113 matches with the national team. In addition to some entrepreneurial activities, Lahm is currently working primarily as a sporting officer for the German Football Association and is one of the key people in charge of planning for Euro 2024 in Germany. (profession)

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