Spor Arena Foreign News | Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain’in BarcelonaHe was the undoubted hero of the match in which he defeated 4-1. The French star gave Barcelona a historic defeat by performing a hat-trick at Camp Nou.
However, Mbappe made his mark on the game with his controversy in the field as well as his performance and records.
‘I KILL YOU ON THE STREET!’
According to the news in the Spanish press; Kylian Mbappe used the words “I’ll kill you on the street” to Jordi Alba during an on-the-field discussion.
During the corner kick used by Paris Saint-Germain, while Mbappe was heard saying “Don’t touch me” to Dest, it was revealed that Jordi Alba shouted at the French player “You have grown, you have grown”.
Thereupon, it was claimed that the 22-year-old player challenged Alba with the words “I will kill you on the street”. Pique“Who will you kill, who will you kill?” It was stated that he intervened by saying. It was recorded that Alba told Pique “He’s more learning” for Mbappe.
Here is the conversation between Mbappe, Alba and Pique;
– Mbappe to Dest: “Don’t touch me”
– From Alba to Mbappe: “You have grown up, you have grown up”
– Mbappe to Alba: “I’ll kill you on the street”
– Pique to Mbappe: “Who will you kill, who will you kill?”
– To Alba’yan Pique: “He’s just learning”
CAN MESSI BE A TEAM FRIEND?
The name of Lionel Messi, whose contract with Barcelona will expire at the end of the season, is passed with the transfer Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City.
Kylian Mbappe, who had faced Lionel Messi twice before, won both of these matches. The French talent, who scored 2 goals against Argentina and 3 goals against Barcelona, scored 5 goals in total in these matches.
PRINTED NAME IN HISTORY
Kylian Mbappe, who reached 110 goals with PSG, became the third player to score the most goals in official matches for the French club, after Edinson Cavani (200) and Zlatan Ibrahimovic (156).
The French star also became the second player in the history of the UEFA Champions League to score a hat-trick against Barcelona at Camp Nou. Andriy Shevchenko had previously achieved this with Dynamo Kiev in 1997.
Kylian Mbappe, who reached 230 goals in his club and national team career, reached 154 goals and 76 assists in 252 official matches. The French star manages to directly affect the goal every 77.7 minutes he is on the field.