France winger Kylian Mbappe yesternight hit the ball accidentally to a fan on the stands. This happened in the warm up exercise before the match.Morocco were up against France in the second semi final whose winner would proceed to meet Argentina in the finals. Kylian Mbappe however ran over to the fan and checked on him as he comforted him. This was a plausible act though as it shows he cares about the fans as well. The fan he hit was relatively aged and looked to be in some form of discomfort as those nearby gave him water to drink.
France proceeded to the final set to be played against Argentina after a 2:0 win over Morocco. The first goal was scored by Hernandez in the first half while the second one came off Kolo Muani in the second half to completely kill the game. Morocco were the better side for a better part of the game.
Well done Mbappe.
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