What Kylian Mbappe did after being taken off at half-time during Monaco vs PSG

Kylian Mbappe

The coach replaced Mbappe at the half-hour mark of PSG’s match against AS Monaco.

On Friday night, PSG took to the Stade Louis II hoping to extend their lead at the top of the Ligue 1 table with a win over Monaco.

However, Luis Enrique’s team found it difficult to break down Monaco’s defence, resulting in a 0-0 draw.

Kolo Muani replaced Mbappe

The coach substituted Mbappe at the half-hour mark and replaced him with the 21-year-old striker, who led the team’s attack in the second half.

Mbappe was wearing a tracksuit and was using his phone to make calls inside the tunnel before going upstairs to meet his family.

Many believe that he will join Real Madrid in the summer after leaving Paris Saint-Germain.


Coach’s Explanation

As expected, Mbappe-related questions were the order of the day after the game.

Mbappe’s absence is a managerial right,” Enrique, PSG’s manager, said. “I knew Mbappe would be out of action sooner or later, and I acted on collective interest.”

I don’t want to talk about it. I’m a professional. I’m not upset. It’s just about getting the most out of the team.” he said.

He joked, “Three questions, all about the same topic. Can we have a fourth?”

What next for PSG?

PSG are now 12 points clear of Brest in Ligue 1 following their 0-0 draw with Monaco.

The Parisian outfit will resume their campaign next week as they confront Real Sociedad in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16.

To sum up, Mbappe’s substitution at the half-hour mark of the match between PSG and Monaco has reverberated far beyond the football field. It encapsulates the complex dynamics of football administration, player behaviour, and transfer rumour-mongering. As PSG fans wait to see what Mbappe will do next, the club must stay focused on their goals and face the challenges ahead.

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