PSG’s manager addressed the Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe spat rumors
The PSG manager Christophe Galtier has downplayed any friction between Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi. In the World Cup final, both players displayed heroism, with Messi and Argentina narrowly winning.
Mbappe scored four goals, including the penalty he took in the shootout, but he was unable to help Les Blues win consecutive games. Emiliano Martinez, Argentina’s shootout hero, relentlessly made fun of Mbappe after his close call.
After responding to Mbappe’s remarks questioning the might of the South American nations, the Aston Villa goalie was seen celebrating with a toy bearing the Frenchman’s likeness.
Martinez clutched the mocking doll throughout the victory parade while Messi stood next to him, but he didn’t seem to dampen the festivities.
Some began to wonder if there would be conflict between him and Mbappe when they arrived back in Paris as a result.Galtier, meanwhile, is sure that Messi’s conduct and Martinez’s distinct. He stated: “I would concentrate on their connection.
Leo Messi wasn’t the one making other people laugh. There is no need to jumble these things up, based on what I observed and experienced following the final and what the goalkeeper’s actions were.”
Added him: “The dynamics between the players are what matter to me. Despite losing, Kylian Mbappe maintained a really positive attitude.He was obviously terribly unhappy, but he handled it with style. He congratulated Leo Messi, which is excellent for the team and the club.”
If Messi and Mbappe are to help PSG reach its objectives this season, they must work well together.They lead Ligue 1 as projected, but in the upcoming year, they will play Bayern Munich in the round of 16. Mbappe and PSG continue to strive for their first-ever European victory.
After the World Cup final, Martinez took a moment to comfort Mbappe as he sat introspective in the center of the field.His subsequent acts and antics have drawn a lot of criticism, with Patrick Vieira opining that they diminished the joy of the occasion.
“Some of the pictures I saw from the Argentina goalie took away a little bit from what Argentina did at the World Cup,” the legendary France manager and current manager of Crystal Palace said.
I don’t believe they actually required that. People’s emotions and decisions are sometimes beyond your control, but Martinez made a bad choice by doing that.
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