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Kylian Mbappe pays a visit to Ethan Mbappe's teacher and snitches on him after 'late night FUT session'

Jack Kenmare

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Kylian Mbappe pays a visit to Ethan Mbappe's teacher and snitches on him after 'late night FUT session'

A group of Paris Saint-Germain players dragged teammate Ethan Mbappe to his teacher ahead of their Ligue 1 clash against Reims – and some hilarious home truths were laid out on the table.

Ethan, 16, made his senior bow last year, when he came on as a second-half substitute for Ligue 1 champions PSG in their 60-minute friendly against Paris FC.

Since that game in December, Ethan has had to juggle a busy schedule that includes being involved with first-team training and attending classes to prepare for a series of exams.

PSG teammate Warren Zaire-Emery, who attends the same first-year management and administration program as Mbappe, opened up about his academic work in April this year.

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“I want to graduate from high school like everyone else here,” he said via Le Parisien. “Having diplomas and succeeding in school is a plus.”

Image credit: Instagram/ethanmbappe
Image credit: Instagram/ethanmbappe

Ethan, who joined Les Parisiens in the same summer as brother Kylian, was close to his classroom this week when he celebrated Zaire-Emery's first call-up to the France squad.

But moments later, defender Presnel Kimpembe dragged the teenage Mbappe to his 'professeur' before Kylian snitched about late night Ultimate Team sessions.

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"We're bringing him to you," Kylian said. "He's late and didn't do the homework. He was playing FUT last night."

Check out the incident below, or watch the full video on Paris Saint-German's official YouTube channel here.

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As mentioned earlier, highly-rated midfielder Warren Zaire-Emery received a call-up to France's senior squad, which sparked a brilliant reaction from the PSG squad.

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Thierry Henry, who is the head coach of France’s Under-21 team, recently opened up about the scenes.

“You showed me an image of the PSG players who told him to jump on it,” Henry told FFF TV. “I’ve never seen anyone jump like that. Before the image, he was in a particular position. The players come out. He is still in the same situation. He just blushed with no emotion; he was there calmly. He got up."

Henry added: "I'm really happy for him because he deserves it, even if Tchouaméni is injured, but I think he is on the national team, not because there are injured people.”

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/PSG - Paris Saint-Germain

Topics: Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain, Ligue 1, France

Jack Kenmare
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