PSG star Kylian Mbappe makes fun of Leipzig’s Julian Nagelsmann: “Do...

The behavior of Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann on the sidelines apparently caused great amusement at PSG star Kylian Mbappe.

When they met RB Leipzig in the Champions League (1-0), Kylian Mbappe made a joking remark in the direction of Julian Nagelsmann. Recordings of RMC Sport show the Paris Saint-Germain superstar as he asks the visibly excited Leipzig coach: “Are you okay, coach? Do you want to play instead?”

The defeat in the French capital had caused great frustration at Nagelsmann. Despite a good performance against last season’s finalists, Leipzig ended up traveling to Germany with no points. In particular, the controversial penalty, which Neymar converted to the early winner (11th), put the Leipzig coach after the encounter in excitement.

Leipzig coach Nagelsmann: “The penalty for PSG was a joke”

“The video assistant probably watched another game. The penalty was a joke,” Nagelsmann complained afterwards Sky -Microphone: “Something like that at the Champions League level – that’s really sad,” said the 33-year-old, who added: “That was a clear swallow, there was zero contact.”

In the initial phase, Angel Di Maria went down after a duel with Marcel Sabitzer. Referee Danny Makkelie immediately decided on a penalty, the video assistant also had no objections. As a result of the defeat, Leipzig slipped into third place in Group H behind Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.

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