Kylian Mbappe is one of the most exciting talents in the world of football and he has achieved huge success at a very tender age, which many at his age can only dream of.
The PSG star has won the World Cup with his national team, making him the second-youngest after Brazil legend Pele to win the biggest tournament in history and score in the final.
Recently in the French League Cup, Mbappe produced a funny moment in the dying minutes of the game, something that was in resemblance to Diego Maradona’s ‘Hand of God’ goal.
The Argentine legend scored with his hand against England in the quarterfinals of the 1986 World Cup, which the South Americans eventually went on to win 2-1. In the end, it was their second World Cup win.
On Wednesday, the Frenchman did something similar. His teammate Neymar had the ball in Reims’ box but stumbled before attempting to score and the ball rolled to Mbappe.
Due to the presence of several defenders and the goalkeeper charging to block, the youngster went off balance and while falling to the ground, he pushed the ball into the opponent’s goal with his hand.
However, it was immediately disallowed and the referee reached out to his pocket and showed him a yellow card.
After the game, there were several posts on twitter, sharing and reacting to the incident and Mbappe himself reacted to one of the posts regarding the incident. This is how the PSG star reacted to the post on twitter.
PSG came out victorious but the World Cup winner could not score this time.
Mbappe has 21 goals and 12 assists in 22 games across all competitions this season. The Parisians are hoping to get their hands on the Champions League this time and the 21-year-old needs to be at his best.
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