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World Cup: Argentina Keeper, Martinez Declares ‘Minute Of Silence’ To Mock Mbappe

Emiliano Martinez, the Argentine goalkeeper, has on Sunday declared a minute of silence to mock Kylian Mbappe, the France Golden Boot winner at the World Cup, Qatar 2022.

Martinez had knocked Mbappe a day earlier before the World Cup final over a comment he made in May dismissing South American football and boasting that European nation would win the 2022 World Cup.

In May, Mbappe who spoke with the newsmen said, “The advantage that we European [favorites] have is that we always play each other and we have high level matches. Argentina and Brazil don’t have that level of competition in South America, the football is not as developed as in Europe, that is why most recent World Cup winners have been Europeans.”

However, during their dressing room celebration on Sunday after emerging the World Cup heroes, the South Americans’ response to Kylian Mbappe was clear.

In a trending video that surfaced round the internet, the Argentina players danced around the dressing room after their triumph after the heated match that led to penalty shootout, they were all heard singing “a minute’s silence for” in tandem, before leaving a gap for goalkeeper Martinez who shouted to the name: “For Mbappe who is dead!”

The national team of Argentina had dethrone the France nations on penalties to win the World Cup which led to Lionel Messi outshine.

Emiliano Martinez won the Golden Globe Award at the Mundial as massive great save in the penalty shootout.



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