Kylian Mbappe told to be “more humble” after bad-tempered PSG clash
Paris Saint-German star winger Kylian Mbappe, lately, has been in the news for the wrong reasons.
During PSG’s Ligue one clash with Mertz, the world cup winner tried to lop the ball over Metz goalkeeper Alexandre Oukidj after the ball was put off by the referee, an action that angered the opposition players including the manager of the side.
That prompted Antonetti to vent his frustrations towards the France international striker after the match, claiming that he had to change his behavior if he wanted to be more loved. Information Guide Nigeria
The boss said: “Kylian Mbappe had better behave differently if he wants to be loved.
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“I adore this player, he is very, very strong, but he would benefit from showing more humble behavior.
“In the game he had been non-existent. It happens when he cannot find space.” JAMB Result
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