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PSG boss Luis Enrique loses his cool when asked why he substituted Kylian Mbappe

PSG boss Luis Enrique loses his cool when asked why he substituted Kylian Mbappe

Kylian Mbappe wasn't impressed when he was replaced in the 64th minute.

Luis Enrique lost his cool when he was asked why he substituted Kylian Mbappe against Marseille.

Mbappe started Paris Saint-Germain's clash against Marseille on Sunday.

But he failed to last the duration of the league fixture as he was replaced just after the hour mark - not the first time he has been taken off early this season.

In the 64th minute, Mbappe was replaced by Goncalo Ramos, and he made his feelings known.

The 25-year-old was far from impressed with his manager's decision, rolling his eyes when his number came up on the board.

He trudged off the pitch, whipping his captain's armband off as he took his seat on the bench.

Enrique, who was appointed last summer, is making a habit of replacing Mbappe during matches this season.

After the game, the 53-year-old was about Mbappe's disappointment at being replaced.

But the Spaniard reacted angrily as he hit out at the 'boring' question.

"It's the same music every single week, the same music... it's so boring. I am the manager, I make the decisions every day, every week," he said, while looking visibly annoyed," he exclaimed.

'I am going to do the same until my last day in Paris. I always try to find the best solution for my team. Even if you don't (understand the decision), I don't care. I don't care at all."

Mbappe failed to get on the score-sheet, but his side won the match 2-0.

Vitinha opened the scoring in the 53rd minute while Ramos added a second in the 83rd minute to secure the three points and bragging rights in Le Classique.

Mbappe is currently in his seventh season at PSG, and it appears to be his last, with his contract set to expire in the summer.

A blockbuster free transfer to Real Madrid seems to be in the works.

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Topics: Kylian Mbappe, Luis Enrique, Paris Saint-Germain, Football