What will Oliver Kahn do in his second India visit?
The legend played his farewell match against Indian club Mohun Bagan
Oliver Kahn was greeted by AIFF president Kalyan Chaubey and football enthusiast Kaushik Moulik in Delhi, on arrival. Tomorrow, he will be interacting with the young minds of GD Somani Memorial School and BD Somani International School.
After that, he is heading to Pune where he will be interacting with students from Balewadi Institute. Along with giving a motivational lecture, he will also interact with the students at Alard University
One of the most exciting aspects of this visit will be the unveiling of Oliver Kahn’s perspective on the road map of Indian football. For the very first time in India, he will discuss the opportunities, challenges, and potential of Indian football, which promises to be an eye-opener for all football enthusiasts.
This is Oliver Kahn’s second visit to India. In 2008, the legendary German goalkeeper played the last match of his illustrious career at Kolkata’s iconic Vivekananda Yuva Bharati Kirangan against century old Mohun Bagan. The game ended with a three goal victory in favor of Kahn’s side Bayern Munich. Kahn played in front of a 130,000-strong crowd who were all there to give him a grand farewell.