PSG: Mbappé made him go through hell!

PSG: Mbappé made him go through hell!
PSG: Mbappé made him go through hell!

For his last season in Ligue 1, Kylian Mbappé will have once again managed to finish at the top of the scorers’ rankings. In 29 matches, the PSG player managed to score the net 27 times. Often considered the number one threat by the Parisian club’s opponents, the Bondynois received the praise of Jean-Pierre Caillot, president of Stade de Reims, who spoke of the meetings between his team and the former AS Monaco player. .

Many PSG supporters must fear his departure. After seven seasons spent in the capital, Kylian Mbappé will leave to pursue other challenges. IF he has not yet announced his destination, there is no doubt that the captain of The french team should join the real Madrid and thus try to get the pichichi. Whatever happens, the 25-year-old striker will have hurt the defenses of France, both in the Parisian and Monaco jerseys. Jean-Pierre Caillotpresident of Reims stadiumwas able to testify to this in an interview given to Parisian.

“Even when it is a little less visible, it remains […] the man to watch”

For Jean-Pierre Caillotthe observation is clear. Kylian Mbappé is a permanent threat for the team which must face it and try to contain it: “ He has always been an actor in the meetings against us. Even when he is a little less visible, for the opponent he remains the man to watch like milk on fire.» first declared the Reims president.

“It’s the prerogative of great players”

While many observers wait to see Kylian Mbappé evolve real Madrid and thus become a star among stars, Jean-Pierre Caillot Don’t worry about him. The 62-year-old shared an anecdote during a meeting against the Bondynois, testifying to his talent: “ The last example I have is when Paris came to Reims this season. He was coming off a European Cup match, where he obviously hadn’t been very visible (2-1 defeat in Milan) and with us he hadn’t been very visible either. We saw him three times and he scored three goals. The fourth time he found the bar. This is the prerogative of great players. When we score 2-2 at the Parc, he only plays 15 minutes and the year we win at home (2-0, September 25, 2019), he is not there either. »

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