‘It’s the little things’: Fans praise Kylian Mbappe’s attitude as he is shown high-fiving every single mascot ahead of PSG’s clash with Club Brugge… before coming off the bench to score a hat-trick in Belgium
- Kylian Mbappe has been praised for high-fiving all of the mascots on Tuesday
- Mbappe made sure that none of the youngsters were left out before PSG’s clash
- The striker started the Champions League game with Club Brugge on the bench
- However, Mbappe came on to score a hat-trick and set up another goal in Bruges
Kylian Mbappe has been applauded by fans after he made sure to high-five all of the young mascots before Paris Saint-Germain’s Champions League encounter with Club Brugge.
The Frenchman was filmed returning to the dressing rooms following his pre-match warm-up before stooping low to acknowledge each of the youngsters inside the Jan Breydel Stadium tunnel.
While it remains a small gesture on the footballer’s part, many fans flocked to social media to applaud Mbappe for making each mascot’s day on Tuesday evening.
Kylian Mbappe has been praised for his attitude before PSG’s 5-0 win over Club Brugge
The 20-year-old stooped low to high-five each of the mascots before the game on Tuesday
Mbappe made sure not to miss any of the youngsters as they held out their hand in the tunnel
Fans applauded Mbappe for the small gesture before the Champions League encounter
One fan simply said, ‘It’s the little things’ while another claimed Mbappe is the ‘best thing football has going for it at the moment’.
And while he made a group of mascots’ day, Mbappe also pleased the whole PSG fanbase with his performance in Bruges.
The 20-year-old started Tuesday’s game on the bench before being called on in the 52nd minute to make a difference and that’s exactly what he did.
Mbappe also pleased fans on the pitch, too, as he came off the bench to score a hat-trick
The Paris Saint-Germain striker rounds the Club Brugge goalkeeper to score his second goal
He scored his first goal within nine minutes of coming on before setting up Mauro Icardi to score the Argentine’s second of the game just two minutes later.
Mbappe then went on to grab his second after rounding the goalkeeper in the 79th minute before completing his hat-trick inside 22 minutes, earning him the match ball at the end of play.
It was his sixth goal of the campaign in eight games across all competitions while he has also assisted four in that same time.