Kylian Mbappé, who until yesterday dribbled around the press conferences at the end of France’s matches at the World Cup in Qatar, apologized at the end of the match against Poland (3-1 for Les Bleus) for his attitude and announced that he would paid the fine linked to his absences for the matches against Australia and Denmark. But, according to reports from ‘Bfm’, the PSG striker would have saved himself for a corner. In fact, the FFF, the French Football Federation, would have received “a simple warning” and would not have received the 20,000 euro fine.
“It wasn’t a personal matter, I have nothing against journalists. It’s just that I always need to focus on the competition. When I want to focus on something I need to do it 100%, not to lose energy elsewhere,” Mbappé underlined. at the end of the match against Poland explaining his absences after the matches against Australia and against Denmark where he should have gone to the press conference as the best player of these two matches.
Mbappé, however, yesterday explained that he would pay the fines of the Football Federation: “I undertake to pay them personally. It is not up to the Federation to pay them for a decision that was mine”, explained the 23-year-old who has scored 5 goals so far in the World Cup. Meanwhile, the French attacker still does not want to give visibility to the Budweiser brand and never shows the writing of the well-known US beer that is present on the MVP award of the matches in Qatar.