French Newspaper: Mbappé's Happiness Translates to Stellar Performance Against Luxembourg

French newspaper Le Parisien analyzes Kylian Mbappé's exceptional performance against Luxembourg, attributing it to his newfound happiness and freedom after leaving PSG for Real Madrid.

French newspaper Le Parisien has analyzed Kylian Mbappé's outstanding individual performance in France's friendly match against Luxembourg.

Mbappé scored a goal and provided two assists in the preparatory match for Euro 2024, contributing to Les Bleus' 3-0 victory.

The 25-year-old recently left Paris Saint-Germain, ending a seven-season tenure, to sign with Real Madrid.

Mbappé admitted feeling "relieved and liberated" after resolving his complex situation with PSG and joining Real Madrid.

Le Parisien recalled a previous statement by Mbappé, where he said, "When a player is happy, he has a better chance of playing well than a player who is not happy."

The newspaper wrote, "Mbappé wasn't lying, and he proved it," referring to the friendly match against Luxembourg.

Speaking about the star striker, Le Parisien added, "He is free... and some might say they saw him happy, smiling, decisive, and scoring goals."

The newspaper, founded in 1944, continued, "We saw, in particular, a player happy to be on the pitch and doing his job."



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