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Fans spot what Kylian Mbappe did at full-time vs Barcelona during team celebrations

Fans spot what Kylian Mbappe did at full-time vs Barcelona during team celebrations

Kylian Mbappe scored twice as Paris Saint-Germain beat 10-man Barcelona 4-1 to reach the Champions League semi-finals.

Fans have noticed what Kylian Mbappe did after Paris Saint-Germain knocked Barcelona out of the Champions League on Tuesday night.

The tie was in Barcelona's favour after a 3-2 first leg win at the Parc des Princes and they made a dream start when Raphinha made it 4-2 on aggregate 12 minutes in.

But Ronald Araujo was sent off after fouling Bradley Barcola when last man and the game changed completely.

Ousmane Dembele responded to the constant boos by notching on his return to Barcelona, before Vitinha levelled on aggregate.

After a fairly quiet game Mbappe bagged a brace, the first from the spot after a silly Joao Cancelo foul - before a clinical finish with his left foot secured passage to the Champions League semi-finals.

Mbappe is set to leave the club in the summer but viewers noticed his post-match embrace with manager Luis Enrique.

There have been rumours of tension between the two but while the group were celebrating, there was a passionate hug after the huge triumph.

One wrote: "Sure looks like they like each other to me."

A second said: "Yeah they like each other, like a brother relationship."

Reacting, a third person stated: "Like an on and off relationship I guess."

A fourth added: "Mbappe contract extension soon."

Real Madrid are the firm favourites for Mbappe's signature when his contract expires at the end of the season.

But he is still desperate to finally get his hands on the Champions League trophy with his hometown club.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

"I have the dream of winning the Champions League for Paris," Mbappe told reporters.

"I'm proud to be at PSG since the first day. It's not because there are good times and bad times that my pride takes a hit. The pride of playing for this club, of representing the club of the capital of my country, it's something special for me who grew up there.

"To experience an evening like this one as a Parisian, it's great. We have one more step to go before we reach the final in Wembley, so we need to stay calm."

PSG will take on Borussia Dortmund in the semi-finals after the Bundesliga side beat Atletico Madrid 5-4 on aggregate in the quarter-finals.

Featured Image Credit: Canal+

Topics: Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain, Fan Reactions