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Last night, Kylian Mbappé once again delivered a full game with the France team. Decisive scorer against Austria, Bondy’s crack above all displayed a very good understanding in the game with Olivier Giroud and Antoine Griezmann, in an attacking position set back behind a number nine who left him a lot of movement. A use that the attacker obviously appreciated a lot as he explained after the meeting.
“I play differently. I am asked other things here in relation to my club. I have a lot more freedom here. The coach knows that there is a number 9 like Oliv’ who occupies the defenses and I can walk around and go into space. In Paris, it’s different, there isn’t that. I am asked to do the pivot, it is different. »
PSG could not recruit a 9 pivot this summer …
A statement far from trivial compared to PSG and the freedoms that Mbappé would therefore have less on the ground. Statements that also echo recent comments by Luis Campos on RMC, who clearly regretted the lack of offensive variety in the Parisian attack following a failed Mercato. The arrival of a more pivotal number nine (Lewandowski or even Scamacca) had also been a priority for the summer, without being able to seriously dig it for lack of sales. Kylian Mbappé has therefore just reminded Luis Campos and Christophe Galtier that he would undoubtedly have liked these plans to materialize in a concrete way, to have the same freedom at PSG as at the Blues …
Kylian Mbappé, the striker of the France team, spoke of his very different and visibly more significant role with the Blues than with PSG. The crack of Bondy did not hide that he had appreciated his freedom with a pivot like Olivier Giroud.