Kylian Mbappe should be OK to play in the quarterfinal match between France and England at the 2022 World Cup, says midfielder Ibrahim Konate.
Concerned about Mbappe’s health condition
The fact that Mbappe didn’t show up to practice on Tuesday with the rest of the team raises questions about his fitness ahead of this weekend’s game against England.
Mbappe is said to have complained of recurrent ankle injuries after France’s 3-1 victory over Poland, according to sources close to Les Bleus.
Mbappe is fit enough to play in the quarter-final against England
Konate recently assured the press that they need not worry; Mbappe is only resting so that he may make a speedy recovery.
In the middle, the Liverpool player said: “We haven’t really had a chance to communicate yet. The coaching staff gave Mbappe the day off yesterday.
His workouts are unique compared to those of his teammates. There is absolutely no need to be concerned. You shouldn’t be shocked if Mbappe doesn’t show up to the practice field.”
The Paris Saint-Germain striker tops the list of “bombing” World Cup 2022 with 5 goals and is widely regarded as the greatest threat facing the French national team.