Kylian Mbappe, a forward, has just imitated Emiliano Martinez’s joyful celebration after winning the 2022 World Cup’s best goalie title.
Even though PSG’s Kylian Mbappe is regularly made fun of by opponents and does not view Argentine goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez as a friend, the 2022 World Cup victor has taught the French star how to rejoice.
Martinez sparked debate following the Qatari World Cup final. By offensively placing his own title between his legs, he made an unacceptable gesture. Mbappe mimics this action as he leaves the PSG headquarters. Like Martinez, Mbappe appears to be holding a trophy for the 2022 World Cup match’s top performer in his hand.
After France lost to Argentina in the 2022 World Cup final, the PSG player was continuously made fun of by the Aston Villa goalkeeper. Goal introduced the Argentine players in the locker room of the Lusail Stadium before the meal. They chanted “One minute of silence for Mbappe” in unison, beaming. Then Martinez, the goalkeeper, yelled, “This triumph is for Mbappe, who failed.”
During the trophy procession in Buenos Aires with hundreds of thousands of supporters, Martinez could still be seen making fun of Mbappe. He was carrying a doll that featured the French striker’s face.
Mbappe’s aim to trash South American football led to Martinez’s action. “Because he didn’t play in South American football, Mbappe claimed that it was inferior to European football. If you lack experience, making comments is challenging. Following his words, nothing happened. They respect us because Argentina is a top-tier squad, “Martinez noted prior to the conclusion.
Martinez, though, caused Argentina’s problems. FIFA said on January 14 that an investigation into the inappropriate conduct of the South American representative squad following its victory over France in the 2022 World Cup final had been launched.
“The Argentine Football Federation is the subject of an inquiry by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee for possible rules of conduct violations and improper conduct by players and team members during the final match against France. Too The FIFA Disciplinary Code’s Articles 11 and 12 served as the foundation for the investigation “the most influential football body’s statement stated.
“Albiceleste” could be subject to a large fine if found guilty. FIFA is looking into Ecuador, Serbia, and Croatia, along with the global champion, for different infractions that occurred during the 2022 World Cup.