England fans won't appreciate what Kylian Mbappe posted on Instagram after World Cup exit


The 2018 World Cup final will not feature England after they suffered an agonising defeat at the hands of Croatia.

It was going so well for Gareth Southgate's men in the first half.

They took the lead through Kieran Trippier's exquisite free-kick, and could have added to that lead on numerous occasions.

But they didn't and it proved costly in the end as Croatia levelled through Ivan Perisic, then scored the winner through Mario Mandzukic in extra-time.

In the end Croatia were well deserving of their victory, and go into the final against France on Sunday afternoon full with confidence.

One man they will be facing in the final is Kylian Mbappe, who has arguably been the player of the tournament in Russia.

The 19-year-old has been creating headlines on the pitch, mostly for the right reasons, but he created more off it with his reaction to England's exit from the competition.

According to the Daily Mail, Mbappe took to Instagram to mock England fans for the loss in response to 'insults' he has received.

He wrote: "I'm sorry.. because I love England but for those who sent me stupid messages and insults till now.. you deserve this answer now!"

Mbappe then accompanied the text with a picture saying, "It's coming home, impossible".

Ouch. Mbappe may have been receiving some insults from England fans, but this is not a classy way to react.

The 19-year-old obviously saw the errors of his way and quickly deleted the message, but it had already been captured by many on social media.

This message, of course, may come back to bite him were Croatia to defeat France in the World Cup final on Sunday.

Mbappe has emerged into a Ballon d'Or contender with his performances in Russia, although he admitted he is solely concentrating on lifting the World Cup with his team.


"I couldn't care less about that," the France international told TF1. "I want the World Cup. I want to sleep with it."

He then added he will be willing to go to extreme lengths in order to secure glory for his nation on Sunday.

"I wasn't born in 1998, so I have never seen people on the Champs-Elysees celebrating. I am going to give everything in this final. We will kill ourselves on the pitch to finish the job."

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