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Yesterday afternoon, Kylian Mbappe He was once again one of the great men of the match between the French and Austrian national teams. The Blues and PSG striker, by unlocking the scoreboard in the second half after a good walk, turned the game upside down… before the game spoke.
In fact, Mbappé mentioned its use by Didier Deschamps, making it clear that it was more satisfying than his role as actual number 9 at PSG… “I play differently. Here they ask me other things in relation to my club. I have much more freedom here. The coach knows that there is a 9 like Oliv’ that occupies the defenses and I can walk and go out into space. In Paris it is different, there is not that. They ask me to do the pivot, it’s different. »
Declarations with desires for freedoms displayed in the club that did not go to the side of Spain! Precisely, the criticism was later cast on an Mbappé considered capricious and unfriendly. The famous AS journalist, Manu Sainz, even released the killer phrase. “Fortunately, Madrid did not sign him.”
It rains criticism against Mbappé!
Mbappé, Rajando from PSG. Fortunately, Madrid has not signed him. This guy has become a ticking time bomb. Before he wanted more prominence, now more freedom… he is not happy or earning 150 million a year
– Manu Sainz (@Manu_Sainz) September 22, 2022
Mbappé is toxic and selfish, he doesn’t fit in this Real Madrid dressing room
– Madridist Army (@ejercitomadrid_) September 22, 2022
I think there is no doubt that the player who currently dislikes me the most is Mbappe
Maximum arrogance but without a hint of grace, Lack of respect like Messi, today with Varane
He is extremely good but a jerk
Hopefully Haaland will win all the Ballon d’Ors
– Pipo York (@PipoYork) September 22, 2022
To sum up
Kylian Mbappé gave again to speak after his statements after the game of the France team against Austria. His desire for freedom goes wrong. And on the Spanish side, we do not forgive Bondy’s crack.