After winning the World cup, Argentina landed with the trophy yesterday in order to celebrate with fans who had filled the streets. However, although the players were right to celebrate, one Argentina player could land Messi in serious trouble with Kylian Mbappe once the two return to playing club football at PSG.
The player in question was Argentina goal keeper Emiliano Martinez who was crucial to Argentina beating France after he saved two penalties. Beating Mbappe alone was not enough for Emiliano, who went on to create a doll that looked like Mbappe crying. He later carried the doll as he went on to celebrate I front of millions of Argentina fans.
Emiliano Martinez was then criticized by fans who felt that his disrespect of Kylian Mbappe, had gone too far. To make matters worse, Messi was standing right next to Martinez in one of the pictures and the Argentine could be seen smiling as Martinez held the doll.
Messi might be the captain and leader of his country. However, at PSG, Kylian Mbappe is the King and most prominent player. After, Martinez's disrespectful act, it remains to be seen whether Messi, whose contract expires in 2023, will continue being friends with Mbappe
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