Kylian Mbappé’s celebration after scoring his 100th goal with PSG, ultimately refused for an offside position, has not gone unnoticed in Spain.
After leading 2-0 after a controlled first period, the Paris Saint Germain totally foiled in the second act, finally losing 3-2 on the lawn of AS Monaco, Friday night, as part of the 11th day of Ligue 1. A worrying performance four days of a capital match against in Leipzig in the Champions League.
Only positive point of the Parisian evening on the Rock: the return in the form of Kylian Mbappé. Affected by hamstrings at the end of last October, the French genius found a starting place against his former club, which he did not spare. Sharp entry, the kid from Bondy opened the scoring after gaining speed Disasi (26th), before doubling the penalty ten minutes later (36th).
A meaningful celebration?
Untenable, Mbappé even thought of offering himself a hat-trick at the end of the first period, synonymous with 100th goal for Paris, but his achievement was finally canceled by the VAR for a slight portion of offside. In celebration, the 21-year-old forward embraced the embroidered patch on his jersey. A gesture that has not escaped the Spanish press, which regularly sends the former Monegasque to the side of Real Madrid.
It must be said that the future of number 7 in Ile-de-France, whose contract ends in June 2022, has been making a lot of talk lately. But this mark of affection from the world champion towards the capital club has cast a chill on the theory defended on the other side of the Pyrenees, according to which Mbappé does not wish to extend his lease and intends to leave Paris in France. after the current season.
🚨 MBAPPÉ SE BESA EL ESCUDO del PSG tras marcarle al Mónaco.
⚠️ ¿SE ALEJA DEL MADRID?
⏰ Recuerda que el sábado a las 20:30 tenemos #ChiringuitoInside y después programa in @MegaTDT. pic.twitter.com/5gfuoq3qCx
– El Chiringuito TV (@elchiringuitotv) November 20, 2020
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