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Did Messi and Mbappe go away?  “The last days took a layer of gloss from two international stars” |  FIFA World Cup 2022

Did Messi and Mbappe go away? “The last days took a layer of gloss from two international stars” | FIFA World Cup 2022

“I personally don’t think it’s necessary,” said Robin van Gucht about Kylian Mbappe’s bullying towards Harry Kane. He also did not like Lionel Messi’s gesture towards Louis van Gaal.

“The great athlete knows he’s been in the same situation himself and knows it’s not fun. Mbappe can imagine himself in that situation better than anyone else. Still laughing? No, I don’t like it.”

“What you can do is be happy and show your grinta,” says Bob Peters. “But laughing at someone is not over.”

Erhan Demirci somehow understands “human” reactions. “I think the pressure is so high. I get it in a way, it’s not always about laughing.

“Of course, the Netherlands and Argentina went too far,” says Van Gucht. “But Messi has always been a saint with a big heart. Isn’t it a pity that such a player is committed to such behaviour?”

“I thought so, too,” Karl Vannieuwkerke interjects into the discussions. “The past few days I’ve taken a coat of gloss off two world-class superstars. That’s too bad.”

Is this the result of “last chance pressure” on the World Cup? “Messi has to be smarter than that,” says Van Gucht.

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