Mbappé’s elegant response to Martinez and the Argentines’ chambers

Asked about the taunts he suffered during the celebration of Argentine players after the World Cup, Kylian Mbappé denied the problem with a backhand on Wednesday night. With the determination not to fall into one-upmanship.

Don’t count on Kylian Mbappé adding fuel to the fire. While he has faced a lot of bad taste and jeers, even insults, from the Argentines and their supporters since the defeat to the Blues in the World Cup final on December 18, the Paris Saint-Germain forward brushed the issue aside with a backhand on Wednesday .

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“Celebrations are not my problem,” he said after PSG’s win against Strasbourg (2-1) for the capital club’s big comeback in Ligue 1 (2-1). Don’t waste energy on such trivial things, the important thing is I have to give my best for my club and we will wait for Leo (Messi) to come back to continue scoring and winning games.”

Mbappé: “You must remain a good player”

Rescued from PSG after extra time against RCSA on Wednesday night, Mbappé also assured not to blame Lionel Messi, who deprived him of a second world title. “I spoke to (Leo Messi) after the game, I congratulated him. It was also my life’s quest for him, but I failed, so you always have to be a good player.”

However, despite a stated desire to “bring all the trophies back to the capital”, the top scorer from the last World Cup admitted he was very affected by the Blues’ failure in the final of the Qatari World Cup. “Personally, I will never digest. My club is not responsible for this failure in the selection, I try to come back with the most positive energy possible.” His 13th goal of the season in Ligue 1, 20th in all competitions, proves that he walks the talk.

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