I will never get over losing the World Cup final and had a “two tough hours” right after

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French star Kylian Mbappe said that he would never digest his country’s loss in the 2022 FIFA World Cup final against Argentina by penalty kicks, despite scoring a hat-trick for the blue team.

Mbappe said on Wednesday, December 28, 2022, after scoring the winning goal for his team, Paris Saint-Germain, in the fatal time against Strasbourg (2-1) in the 16th stage of the French League, “I think that I will never digest it … As I said to my colleagues, there is no reason for the club to pay for the reason for failure.” The national team are two different situations.

The Qatar World Cup top scorer admitted that he spent “two difficult hours” after losing a penalty shootout against Argentina on December 18 at Lusail Stadium, where he scored a hat-trick, including two penalty kicks. Germain.

From the penalty spot, he also scored on Wednesday, but this time it was the winning goal for the Qatari-owned league leaders. “It’s good to reconnect with the victories, to connect with the club, the fans, the colleagues,” he added from the mixed interview area.

The quick return of the twenty-four-year-old was surprising to Saint-Germain’s exercises after the historic final of the World Cup. “We spoke before the final, and I told coach (Christophe Galtier) that I would return, regardless of the result, because I was in good shape and I wanted to continue playing. Two difficult matches await us.”

And about the ridicule he was subjected to by some Argentine players after the World Cup final, especially goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, the 2018 World Cup champion with France said, “The celebrations are not my problem. Leo Messi to keep scoring and winning matches.”

“I discussed with Messi after the match and congratulated him. It was the goal of an entire life for him, and for me as well, but I failed, so you must always maintain a good image.”

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