We used to see him with his arms crossed with his hands tucked under his armpits every time he rattled the nets, which is to say very often.
But since he set foot on the ground in Qatar, Kylian Mbappé has changed his mode.
Author of three goals in the competition, one against Australia (4-1) and two others (2-1) against Denmark this Saturday, the Paris SG striker now strikes a new pose.
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We could see the world champion kneeling on the ground, one hand behind his back with his head down and his thumb glued to the tip of his nose.
A posture that questions but that he has already adopted once, it was against Lorient on April 3 at the Parc des Princes during the easy victory of the champions of France (5-1).
A pose prepared with Achraf Hakimi?
The tricolor striker has not yet given an explanation for this position but his proximity to defender Achraf Hakimi at Paris SG could give the beginning of an explanation.
It was with the Moroccan international that the "crack of Bondy" had initiated the knee to the ground in the spring against the Bretons, and the two players, very close, are very accomplices each time on the lawn as soon as the Parisian club registers a goal.
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Whatever the celebration, Kylian Mbappé hit very hard with two new goals which allow him to post 31 achievements in the France team, overtaking Jean-Pierre Papin (30).
The striker now has 7 goals in the blue jersey in two World Cups (2018 and 2022) and can legitimately dream of Just Fontaine's record (13 goals) from the height of his 24 years.
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