Mute since the defeat of the Blues against Argentina, Kylian Mbappé spoke on Twitter. With two words and a photo.
Kylian Mbappe has spoken. After being silent for most of the World Cup and not speaking since the World Cup final loss to Argentina, the France striker posted a tweet. As expected, he was not very talkative, containing only two words and two emojis: “We will come back” with the flag of the French team and a thank you. Very quickly, the tweet had many likes and retweets.
This first tweet since this cruel defeat in which Kylian Mbappé scored three goals, only Geoffrey Hurst achieved this performance in 1966, marks the end of the 2022 World Cup for the PSG player. Top scorer – and perhaps best player even if the title was given to Lionel Messi – in the competition, Kylian Mbappé made an impression. With 12 goals in the World Cup, like Pelé, he is only one unit behind Just Fontaine (13 goals in one edition, in 1958) and Lionel Messi, two from Gerd Müller, three from Ronaldo (the Brazilian) , and four by Miroslav Klose. He will certainly return in 2026 to equal and beat this record.