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Gotta catch 'em all! Germany World Cup winner Christoph Kramer proudly displays to fans his massive collection of the original 151 Pokemon cards Borussia Monchengladbach have revealed Christoph Kramer's love for Pokemon On Tuesday, they posted a series of pictures of Kramer posing with his collection Kramer signed permanently for Gladbach in 2016, after initially joining on loan The defensive midfielder was part of Germany's 2014 World Cup winning squad  

By Jonathan Spencer For Mailonline

Published: 17:28 GMT, 5 January 2021 | Updated: 17:28 GMT, 5 January 2021

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Away from the football pitch, it's fair to say that Borussia Monchengladbach star Christoph Kramer certainly has another hobby to keep himself entertained.

While many football fans may be thinking he would still be proudly showing off his 2014 World Cup winners medal, they would be mistaken.

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On Tuesday afternoon, many people were treated to a blast from the past when Bundesliga outfit Gladbach revealed Kramer's love of Pokemon.

Borussia Monchengladbach star Christoph Kramer poses alongside his Pokemon collection

Borussia Monchengladbach star Christoph Kramer poses alongside his Pokemon collection 

Kramer takes a look through his original 151 Pokemon cards

The original Pokemon cards in all their glory

Monchengladbach posted a series of pictures of Kramer and his Pokemon collection

Gladbach, with whom Kramer has played for over the last seven years since initially joining on loan, posted a series of pictures on Twitter of the German posing alongside his massive collection of the original Pokemon cards.

The club accompanied the pictures: 'Gotta catch 'em all! Christoph Kramer shows off his collection of the original 151 Pokemon cards.'

While Kramer

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