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"It's good for him to be more humble": Mbappe does not befriend in Metz with a strange scene after scoring in the last seconds |  foreign football

“It’s good for him to be more humble”: Mbappe does not befriend in Metz with a strange scene after scoring in the last seconds | foreign football

95 minutes at the Stade Saint Symphorien in Metz. Neymar controls the ball and stays calm and finds Achraf Hakimi on the right. Summer acquisition comes in and puts 1-2 neatly into the far corner.

Ecstasy among the visitors and everyone running to Hakimi except for Kylian Mbappe. The striker steps up to Metz goalkeeper Alexander Okija and calls out to him. Obviously not a compliment, because the goalkeeper reacted as if he had been stung by a wasp. And Okija, in turn, runs behind Mbappe to recover and Neymar pushes him to the ground in a corner kick.

The Brazilian turns yellow, just like the Oukidja. Mbappe escapes punishment, but then receives the necessary criticism. Metz coach Frederic Antonetti, among others, is eager for the French gold medal. He began by saying, “I love the footballer Kylian Mbappe.” “But he will have to act differently if he wants to be loved. It would be good for him to be more humble.”

PSG did just that last night without Lionel Messi, who was missing with a left knee injury. At Metz, Dylan Bron (formerly AA Gent) received his second yellow card in overtime. With this victory, Paris Saint-Germain advances in the French first division. The Parisians have seven points more than the first pursuer Marseille, who has played one game less.

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