Covid-19 Break: PSG player Kylian Mbappe is enjoying his time at home

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Paris Saint-Germain star player Kylian Mbappe uploaded a picture of himself still on the couch like he was just getting out of sleep to see another day of lockdown. He uploaded the cute picture of his living room where the only thing that camera picked was the Frenchman on the couch while he captioned it ‘Another day’.

When everyone has been confined to the walls of their homes due to the spread of Covid-19, it seems the absence of people on the street has altered the scheming of each day. Apparently, there is no Monday, no Tuesday, or Wednesday every day has become another day. Mbappe seems tired of staying at home, he wants to play football again very soon and he is just as bored as the rest of us.

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Another day ✔️

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Kylian Mbappe is a French International player playing professionally for Paris Saint-Germain. Mbappe joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2018 after his loan spell with the club expired. Paris Saint-Germain decided to extend the stay of the 18-year-old attacker in the country’s capital after his impressive performances. PSG paid a sum of about £180 million to Monaco to seal Mbappe’s deal.

This literally made the French man the most valuable youngsters in the world of modern football. Adorned with so many abilities especially on the pitch, this has earned him the interest of Real Madrid’s manager Zinedine Zidane. Critics have opined that Mbappe will eventually join the Los Blancos team in seeable future. Rumored reports disclosed that Kylian Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid was almost a done deal before football was interrupted by the outbreak of Covid-19.

One of the most interesting things about this exciting youngster was his appearance at the World Cup 2018 where he broke the records of Brazilian legendary player Pele. Mbappe became the new youngest player to play, score and win the World Cup with his goal against Croatia at the finals. The last teenager to score at the World Cup final was Pele in 1958, 60 years after the heroic moment of Pele at the World Cup finals, Kylian Mbappe broke the record to become the newest teenager to score and win the World Cup.

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🦠👊🏽👀… #CoronaOut

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Above is another picture of Kylian Mbappe wishing that Coronavirus would end soon so the world can be back to normal and football will start. While it’s unclear when the Ligue 1 clubs will resume football post Coronavirus, Mbappe is ready to get back on the field and his teammates are also ready.