Nice striker Terem Moffi trolls Kylian Mbappe on social media after angry altercation with PSG star


Nice striker Terem Moffi trolls Kylian Mbappe on social media after angry altercation with PSG star

Nice striker Terem Moffi has taken to social media to troll Paris Saint Germain star Kylian Mbappe after their recent altercation.

Last Friday, PSG fell to a 3-2 defeat against Nice as new boss Luis Enrique suffered his first loss since joining the Parc des Princes club.

Nice striker Moffi scored to put his side 3-1 up and after his celebration, Mbappe was clearly unimpressed as he went over to the 24-year-old to exchange words.

Referee Clement Turpin stepped in to try and ease tensions between the two but Mbappe was left disgruntled by Moffi’s actions.

According to reports, Mbappe called Moffi a ‘Nobody’ during the altercation.

Towards the end of the match, Mbappe scored an acrobatic effort to make it 3-2.

After their clash, Moffi took to Instagram to post a picture from the match, with a caption which appeared to be aimed at Mbappe, Moffi wrote: “Mr ‘Nobody'”.

Now, Moffi has continued the feud by taking aim at Mbappe again, the Nigerian posted a video which contained pictures of his celebration and the famous quote by UFC superstar Conor McGregor.

The Irishman said: “I just wanna say from the bottom of my heart. I’d like to take this chance to apologise, to absolutely nobody.”

After suffering his first defeat, PSG boss Enrique said: “We knew that the match would be complicated, particularly because of the level and ideas of Nice’s game. They were cooler than us.

“Some things, however, went well, our control in defence. It was less fluid. I want to congratulate Nice and its players for their performance and the quality of their football.”

He continued: “It’s football, the Niçois had more chances, more transitions, were more effective, their victory is expected.

“But I am happier than during the victory against Lyon because the players fought until the end despite the difficulties of the match. A defeat obviously hurts. We all have to progress, me too. But I liked the state of mind displayed by the players during the difficulty.”


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