Mbappe has ‘strange behavior’ after 3 days returning from the World Cup

For the sake of the home team as well as to keep his best ball feel, Kylian Mbappe returned to training right away.

When the Paris Saint-Germain attacker showed up to the practice field less than 72 hours after the 2022 World Cup final ended, many people were taken aback. On December 21, the 1998-year-old striker made the decision to rejoin PSG’s training program. and do not desire any additional days off following the 2022 World Cup.

Goal claims that the former AS Monaco player made the decision to keep up his form and quickly catch up with club football. In other words, Mbappe wants to keep the game’s momentum. When the club season resumes, the striker hopes to maintain a strong performance like at the 2022 World Cup.

The host club was quite supportive of Mbappe’s choice. Mbappe will soon meet with coach Christophe Galtier and sporting director Luis Campos to discuss his desire to go to work right away, according to Goal.

PSG probably didn’t have the best team when they faced Strasbourg early on December 29 in the round of 16 of Ligue 1. Only in January 2023 could Lionel Messi play again, and Neymar’s health is also in question. Coach Galtier unquestionably needs Mbappe to direct the attack, thus.

Regarding Mbappe’s choice to rejoin PSG, coach Galtier said, “We are really thrilled for it.” He desires to rejoin his teammates in training as soon as possible to be ready for the forthcoming game.

Mbappe recently turned 24 while dealing with the disappointment of the 2022 World Cup final defeat. In the championship match, he stood out with a hat-trick and successfully converted France’s first penalty, but Kingsley Coman and Aurelien Tchouameni both failed to convert, ultimately leading “Les Bleus” to a 2-4 loss to Argentina.

Mbappe finished the World Cup in Qatar with an 8 goal, 2 assist total. He holds the distinction of scoring the most goals at the 2022 World Cup.

After 15 rounds, PSG is in first place in Ligue 1 with 41 points, 5 points ahead of Lens’ second-place squad.

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