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“A minute of silence for Mbappé”: Argentine players chamber and insult the Blues after their coronation

2022-12-18T22:34:36.776Z


The Albiceleste players, and in particular its goalkeeper, celebrated their title in the locker room without forgetting to make fun of the French.


This caterpillar is spicy.

In the midst of their title celebrations, the Argentinians lined up in their locker room and, between a few battle cries, roomed the players of the France team.

While the entire workforce was screaming their joy, Emiliano Martinez silenced his teammates to drop a tackle on the star of the Blues.

“A minute of silence for Mbappé”, seems to pronounce the South American goalkeeper before the songs and the caterpillar start again.

"A minute of silence for...Mbappe!"

😅



Emiliano Martinez during Argentina's dressing room celebration.



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Martinez had already distinguished himself during the presentation of his trophy for the best goalkeeper of the competition, mimicking a gesture with a sexual connotation with his reward.

This celebration is controversial, the Albiceleste goalkeeper does not shine with his finesse but the spicy sentence sent to Mbappé remains common in a locker room after such a disputed match.

"Dibu", hypocrite or not, was also one of the first Argentinians to make a gesture for the PSG striker after the penalty shootout.

The images of jubilation then flowed in.

Lionel Messi, of a rather introverted nature, let go and jumped on the table of the Argentine dressing room holding the World Cup trophy at arm's length.

LIONEL MESSI JUMPING ON THE TABLE IN THE DRESSING ROOM 😂



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On the other hand, Sergio Aguëro was the author of a much less glorious sentence in a live Instagram.

The former Manchester City player, retired since last season, called Eduardo Camavinga a "bite head".

An inappropriate insult, surely due to excessive consumption of alcohol and cigars, which the former Albiceleste striker seems to chain with as much fluidity as he piled up goals during his career.

Source: leparis

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