Prior to the 2022 World Cup final, Kylian Mbappe’s statement from a few months earlier that was intended to minimize South American tournaments was “digged.”
Next Sunday, I believe Mbappe will regret this decision (to minimize South American football),” commented Argentine writer Arjun Sethi on his personal website. The freedom, rhythm, and physicality that European teams frequently lack are possessed by many South American squads.
The well-known Argentine novelist wants to bring up Mbappe’s speech from May. At the time, the French striker said: “Because they face less competition than European clubs, South American teams are at a disadvantage. Brazil and Argentina don’t compete in as many high-caliber games to qualify for the World Cup.”
Additionally, Mbappe thinks that a lot of European nations are strong competitors for the 2022 World Cup: “France has a good chance of winning. Although there are other other European teams vying for the championship, Brazil is also a strong team. the golden bowl. European teams have the advantage of consistently playing at the highest level. We are always prepared for when the World Cup arrives. That’s not present in Brazil and Argentina.”
“South American football is not as advanced as European football. That is what previous World Cups have shown. In the World Cup of 2018, we defeated Argentina “The 1998-born striker came to a conclusion.
Mbappe’s message came across as haughty. Richarlison, a Brazilian striker, then retorted: “Football in South America is challenging. In Bolivia, I performed at a high altitude. As you can see, it’s challenging to play at such an altitude above sea level. You can say whatever you want. According to Mbappe, there are weak teams in South America, and I believe there are similar weak clubs in Europe.”
Fabinho, a midfielder for Liverpool, then suggested Mbappe to study into South American football’s World Cup accomplishments on Wikipedia. Argentine media also used Raymond Domenech’s October comments prior to the 2022 World Cup final.
Mbappe made a mistake, according to the former France coach, when he minimized South American football: “It would be best for Mbappe to remain silent. Such things are not acceptable to utter. In South America, there are players from South America. European clubs, everywhere”.
PSG is not the team with the most players in the World Cup final
Even with Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi in attendance, PSG did not have the largest contingent of players at the World Cup final between France and Argentina.
On Sunday, the Argentina team will compete against France for the gold cup, and Atletico de Madrid will field the most players in this pivotal game.
Antoine Griezmann of France, Rodrigo De Paul of Argentina, Nahuel Molina of Mexico, and Angel Correa of Argentina all represented Diego Simeone’s team in the World Cup final. The teams with the fewest representatives are Juventus (Angel Di Maria, Leandro Paredes, Adrien Rabiot), Sevilla (Marcos Acuna, Gonzalo Montiel, Papu Gomez), and Bayern Munich (Benjamin Pavard, Dayot Upamecano, Kinglsey Coman).
Notably, the injury to Joaquin Correa just before the competition led to the call-up of striker Angel Correa. In the victory over Croatia, he only saw action for 4 minutes.
There are several teams that have two finalists, including PSG (Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe), Tottenham (Cristian Romero, Hugo Lloris), Manchester United (Lisandro Martinez, Raphael Varane), Milan (Theo Hernandez, Olivier Giroud), Barcelona ((Theo Hernandez, Olivier Giroud), Ousmane Dembele, Jules Kounda), Monaco (Axel Disasi, Youss (Eduardo Camavinga, Aurelien Tchouameni).
Sergio Aguero, a former striker for Argentina, was invited to remain on the team as an honorary player despite having to end his career due to a heart issue by both the Football Federation of this nation and the entire squad.
In addition to focusing, Aguero and his close friend Messi shared a room, exactly as they had done for many years while playing for Argentina. Kun also attended practice on Thursday and scored a fantastic goal.