‘Dibu’ Martínez, goalkeeper of the Argentine national team, revealed what Mbappé said after being in the World Cup final.
Emiliano Martinez, goalkeeper of the Argentine national team, revealed what he managed to talk to Kylian Mbappé after playing in the final of the World Cup in Qatar 2022, and said that he spoke with his psychiatrist about what the opponent might think in the penalty shootout.
“I asked a psychologist what might go through an opponent’s mind during a penalty kick. In a world final, what could affect you least. that he could walk a little more.” Martínez indicated in an interview with France Football.
Likewise, ‘Dibu’ spoke about his celebration: “I never did the little dance in my life. Some might think I’m a clown. all the time, some in your face. When a player makes a gesture or dances, it’s surprising. Why?”
On the other hand, the Aston Villa goalkeeper pointed out: “My colleagues say I’m wrong in the head. I play without fear. Some must be thinking how he can do that in a World Cup final, when it’s his job, he should be more serious.” People who know me know I’m as good a guy as Lassie, the show’s dog.”
Finally, he revealed what he managed to talk to Kylian Mbappé after beating France on penalties: “After the match, I told Mbappé that he could be proud and keep his head. He is one of the best players in the world. I mentioned that It was a pleasure to play against him, he almost won the final alone. When Leo leaves football, he will win many Ballon d’Or.”
Kylian Mbappé in celebration of “Depo” Martinez:
In turn, the Paris Saint-Germain striker was asked at a press conference about what he thought of Martinez’s jokes after winning the World Cup. “Parties are not my problem. You don’t need to waste energy on such useless things,” said the 24-year-old striker, who was world champion with France at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.