Bad attitude: Kylian Mbappe setting himself for destruction

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Kylian Mbappe is setting himself for destruction if he continue with his bad attitude at Paris Saint Germain.

Kylian Mbappe has been all over internet following his attitude in the Paris Saint Germain game against Montpellier in the French Ligue one.

The French giants have started the campaign brightly under new manager Christophe Galtier by winning both their opening two Ligue 1 matches and scoring an impressive 10 goals.

The Frenchman was captured on the video not to have followed the attack when Vitinha who had the ball held on to the ball and ended up passing it to Messi on the left flank.

The France international lost a  penalty when the scores level at 0-0 and just before half-time, it seemed as though Mbappe threw a strop when PSG had a glorious chance to go 3-0 ahead.

This kind of attitude are the types that divide the team and stop the progress of the club not only in their league and also in Europe.

We all believe there is a particular instruction and tactical approach that has been laid down by the manager of the team.

Every player in the team has their own particular role to play when it comes to attack and defense in a game.

But in the case of Mbappe he feels he is entitled to the ball every time when the team are attacking so that he can score goals.

according to Dailymail, Fans have slammed the attitude of the 23-year-old player as some believed that the mega money deal he had recently at the club is slowing turning him to monster.

Kylian Mbappe is slowly setting himself for destruction because he might be dropped by the manager if he continues with this way.

No club wants players that is filled with ego, feels on top of the world and also thinks he bigger than the club.

Yes, he has won the world cup and a young age, yes, he is one of the important players in club and country but this is not what should become of him.

If Mbappe continue with this attitude of selfishness then he will destroy the career he built at a young age.

 

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