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People Think Kylian Mbappe Aimed A Dig At Olivier Giroud During France Training

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People Think Kylian Mbappe Aimed A Dig At Olivier Giroud During France Training

Fans think Kylian Mbappe aimed a dig at Olivier Giroud after allegedly being heard saying,"I'm fed up with Inzaghi" in a recent training session.

By mentioning Inzaghi, Mbappe clearly isn't referring to the former Juventus and AC Milan striker - instead many think he's talking about Giroud in a negative way.

Inzaghi was known for being a pure poacher who didn't offer much other than pop up with goals in the six-yard box.

A whole host of French supporters reckon Mbappe sees Giroud in the same mould and that he has grown frustrated with the Chelsea man.

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The video has emerged after Mbappe and Giroud have become embroiled in a surprise row ahead of Euro 2020.

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It started when Mbappe felt Giroud, who bagged a brace off the bench, was having a go at him after his post-match comment following the 3-0 friendly win over Bulgaria.

The former Arsenal man said: "Sometimes you make the runs and the ball is not arriving. Perhaps we could have found each other better, there it is."

Incredibly, Mbappe was so angry about the remark from Giroud that he reportedly wanted to organise his own press conference to defend himself.

RMC Sport, via GFFN, say that Giroud attempted to patch things up with Mbappe by speaking to him and "forcing a hug upon" his teammate following a training session in which he set him up twice during a small-sided game.

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Image: PA
Image: PA

Giroud admitted he made a mistake and felt pressured in the interview and manager Didier Deschamps spoke to them individually before addressing the matter in front of the squad.

However, it's said that Mbappe is still not convinced and the PSG star's body language and mood were not normal on Thursday afternoon, with "the tension still present" going into Tuesday's opening game against Germany.

Topics: Football, Olivier Giroud, Kylian Mbappe, France

Josh Lawless
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