If the class was bought in the supermarket, there would be a queue at the Franprix
," said Arsène Wenger.
It would then take a million Franprix in Argentina, as elegance was absent at the Albiceleste throughout the World Cup.
After their victory in the final against France (3-3, 4-2 on penalties), Lionel Messi's teammates opened the floodgates.
And the profanities flowed in streams.
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First there is this obscene gesture from Emiliano Martinez, rightly elected best goalkeeper in the World Cup.
On the podium in the middle of the Lusail stadium, Martinez deemed it appropriate to position his trophy at the height of his pubis by marking a timeout.
Vulgar, the scene can also make you laugh.
Martinez and the “minute of silence” for Mbappé
But Martinez didn't stop there.
In the locker room, he was one of the first to sing and dance.
In a video shared on social networks, he suddenly invites his teammates to shut up … and celebrate “
Author of a capital performance with a hat-trick, Kylian Mbappé could not avoid the defeat of the Blues.
Because he is the star, and because he had not spoken well of South American football a few months ago, Mbappé found himself targeted.
A minute of silence for Mbappé who is dead
”, sang the Argentinians, against a player who however largely dominated them.
Still not classy, but in a pinch, you can see chambering.
The skid of the evening comes with a player who… isn't even a world champion.
Ex-striker Sergio Agüero, who retired a year ago with a heart problem, celebrated on the pitch and in the dressing room with his compatriots.
And distinguished himself with an insult against Eduardo Camavinga.
Camavinga “b*te head” and racist messages
In a live video, Agüero drank a sip of champagne to the health of “
Camavinga, the head of a b*te
If he was a fantastic player, Agüero turned into an obnoxious human being, taking on a 20-year-old boy in a minor role for the Blues, constantly praised for his elegance on and off the pitch.
All without doing it in front of said Camavinga.
Class, courage: so many values that Agüero knows nothing about.
The attitudes of the Argentinians, execrable throughout the competition, echo the multiple racist occurrences which have concerned their people, and which neither the players nor their coach, Lionel Scaloni, have ever bothered to denounce.
After the match, Kingsley Coman, Aurélien Tchouaméni and Randal Kolo Muani received numerous messages from Argentinian fans associating them with monkeys on social networks.
On Argentinian TV a month ago, supporters chanted a song referring Mbappé and his partners to their African origins.
From start to finish, Argentina lived up to the World Cup of inelegance.