Jerome Boateng says he felt at home when he was in Ghana

Jerome Boateng says he felt at home when he was in Ghana

- Jerome Boateng has shown massive love to Ghana

- According to the Bayern Munich star, he felt home when he was in Ghana

- He made this known via his Twitter handle

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Germany and Bayern Munich defender, Jerome Boateng has professed his love for Ghana.

The one-time world cup winner has described his short stay in Ghana as his “best experience."

Boateng took to his official handle Twitter to interact with his fans.

The 31-year-old started a twitter trend “#AskJerome” as a way to interact with his followers on the social media app.

However, it was during the question and answer session that a user asked the German about his relationship with Ghana.

In 2010, Jerome and Kevin Prince Boateng made history as the first brothers to play for two different countries in a FIFA World Cup tournament.

Germany won the game courtesy a Mesut Özil beautiful strike to book a slot to the next round of the World Cup together with the Black Stars of Ghana.

Jerome, 31 added he will definitely visit Ghana again and fans are loving it.

In other news, Ghanaian striker Jordan Ayew who is a brother to the Black Stars' captain Andre Dede Ayew has revealed that the individuals behind his success are his teammates.

Jordan Ayew has been a great sensation at his club Crystal Palace with several amazing performances and sterling goals that changed the destiny of the club on several occasions.

One on one with the young Ghanaian genius Angela Tabiri who has a PhD in Mathematics | #Yencomgh

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