Bastian Schweinsteiger is a well know Bayern Munich star with a lot of fan following worldwide.The midfielder made his debut for the Bavarians in 2002 and since then has been a massive hit among Bayern fans. However one sect of the fans were in for a rude shock following the German internationals appearance during the match against Augsburg.
"I could not belive my eyes" said a fangirl from England. "I literally started crying" said another.The German star came out on the pitch with what appeared to be a very Robben similar hairstyle."Everyone on the field were in for a rude shock. The fans and the team were all looking at Schweini. No one cared about losing that unbeatable record in that match" said a fangirl from Germany. Football pundits from goal.com blamed Pep for letting Schweinsteiger to appear with that hairstyle. "Bayern loose match due to Schweinsteiger's hair" read the headline at goal.com's website.The topic also became a world wide trend on twitter, with people tweeting more about the hair than the match itself.
Bild also went on to dedicate a special article on the different types of Schweinsteiger's hairstyle
|One of 100 other hairstyles|
One fangirl however decided to take matters in her own hand by creating an online petition on change.org The petition that reads "Change your hairstyle Schweini" has already massed around 50k signatures and is one of the highest grossing campaigns on the website. The spokesperson for change.org said, "Usually we get petitions regarding, poverty, politics, and other social issues but for the first time i am witnessing a global outrage over a hairstyle.And 90% of them are women"Goal.com managed to get in touch with the fangirl who created the petition. "Whenever i used to see Basti, i used to get this feeling inside. But ever since the match against Augsburg its all gone. We all want a change now". The petition description on the website also claims the new hairstyle is the reason behind Bayern's current slump in form and the recent loses to Dortmund and Madrid. It also blames it for the current crises at Bayern and the mass exodus of the players.