Rabiot’s mother fusses with the Pogba & Mbappe family after France crashes!


France’s elimination from Euro 2020, due to a loss to Switzerland, inserted an unpleasant moment for the relatives of the players in the squad. There’s a mother Adrien rabiot who messes with the family Paul pogba and Kylian Mbappe.

Les Bleus’ steps at the Euro 2020 event were surprisingly stopped in the hands of Switzerland when the two teams faced off in the round of 16, Wednesday (29/6) early morning WIB yesterday.

Haris Seferović put Switzerland ahead in the 15th minute, but France then came back with a Karim Benzema double and a Paul Pogba goal. France lead 3-1 after goal Pogba in the 75th minute.

In the 9 minutes of normal time, Switzerland scored two goals back through Seferović in the 81st minute and Mario Gavranović in the 90th minute. The match went to extra time, which did not result in a goal, so it had to be settled on penalties.

In the toss-up, it was Switzerland that won. That certainty comes with failure Kylian Mbappe, who failed to shine at Euro 2020, in taking a penalty. France lost 4-5.

According to RMC Sport, there was also a small commotion in the stands at the Arena Natională, Bucharest, at the final whistle. The source is mother Rabiot, midfielder for the French national team.

It was stated that Rabiot’s mother was at odds with Paul Pogba’s family. He felt Pogba was guilty in an incident that led to Switzerland’s third goal against France.

Not only that, Adrien Rabiot’s mother also scolded my father Kylian Mbappe by asking him to better educate his son so that he is not too arrogant.

In addition to the Pogba and Mbappe families, Rabiot’s mother is also said to have scolded a number of journalists. The chain of events reportedly lasted for about 20 minutes, in the presence of the families of other French players.

What happened in the stands of the spectators itself could not be separated from what happened on the field, when Paul pogba and Rabiot seemed to be equally hot after Switzerland made the score 3-3. Didier Deschamps, coach of France, had to step in.

“He (Pogba) needs to be calmed down a bit. He is a leader, he leads others. We have to be calm because at that time we still have time to live,” he said when asked to comment on the incident.

(krs / aff)



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