Kylian Mbappe turned up to support his nation France at the Rugby World Cup but was lost as he failed to understand the sport.
The first match of the competition took place on Friday evening at the Stade de France in Paris as the home nation took on the All Blacks, New Zealand.
France won the match-up with a final score of 27-13 to start the tournament in a fine fashion and Mbappe was in the crowd to watch.
The attacker was not the only star in attendance as his PSG and France teammates were also in the stands to cheer up their country.
Real Madrid are the favorite to sign the Frenchman as they have been tipped to go for the star immediately his contract expires next summer.
The PSG ace recently rejected PSG’s latest contract offer despite opting to remain at the club for the 2023/2024 season.
Kylian Mbappe is on international duty but alongside his teammates, they took time to watch their fellow countrymen compete at another sport.
Mbappe was together with Antoine Griezmann, Olivier Giroud, Ousmane Dembele, and Dayot Upamecano at the Stade de France.
They all watched the thrilling victory as the score stood at 9-8 to the hosts at half-time in a tight encounter.
However, Futballnews shared on X (formerly Twitter) a video of the PSG ace celebrating a try – a way of scoring points in rugby.
From the video, as shared above, you can see that the Frenchman was not understanding the game but was just watching it.
Kylian Mbappe delayed in celebrating with the crowd as his nation got a major point, he was clearly lost in the stands.
He eventually joined the crowd and flung up his arms, but his celebration was delayed which showed that he doesn’t understand the game.
Get French Football News, took a subtle jab at the Frenchman’s celebration, saying: “Kylian trying to understand rugby.”
Kylian Mbappé Lottin is a French footballer who was born on December 20, 1998, and plays forward for Ligue 1 team PSG and the France national team.
Mbappé started his professional club career in 2015 by playing for Monaco, where he won the Ligue 1 championship. He was born in Paris and reared in the nearby town of Bondy.
With a €180 million permanent transfer to Paris Saint-Germain in 2017, Mbappé, then 18 years old, became the second-most expensive player and most expensive teen player in history.