Mbappe explains his crying celebration against Marseille

Mbappe explains his crying celebration against Marseille

Paris Saint Germain forward Kylian Mbappe has moved to Twitter to explain his ‘crying goal celebration’ he pulled in their weekend win over Olympique de Marseille.

Mbappé scored a brace to push PSG’s lead to 4-0 before halftime and celebrated by crying; the celebration was a new one for his fans who are used to his ‘hands-under-arms goal celebration’.

A section of fans had gone on a rampage accusing the forward of disrespecting the Marseille team with others suggesting that it had something to do with his post-game comments after the win against Club Brugge where he expressed disappointment about not starting.

New Celebration

Explaining the new celebration, the Frenchman tweeted: “Many ask me why my celebration. It's just a private anecdote from last night with 2 friends. And not any valve against OM or a response to recent criticism.

Many have also called for Mbappe's celebration to be added to the latest FIFA 2020 game as a way of trolling your opponent after a goal. We at Futaa would have to agree.