'Sorry isn't good enough' – Watch Kylian Mbappe blast Achraf Hakimi in tunnel rant over PSG team-mate's poor pass | The Sun

KYLIAN MBAPPE gave Achraf Hakimi both barrels as he criticised him for a poor pass he played during a game.

The pair were captured on video in the tunnel at half-time, with Mbappe critical of his team-mate.

The pictures originally from Prime Video show them in conversation with Hakimi apologising for the pass his team-mate has highlighted to him, though the pictures appear to be from a game last season.

But Mbappe replied by saying: "It's not enough to say sorry," and demanded more quality from the defender.

The Frenchman has leapt from controversy to controversy this season.

The season for Paris Saint-Germain started without him, but upon his return when he took a penalty away from Neymar and missed, it has continuously seen the fractures grow larger.


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In another game, Mbappe was seen sulking when the ball was played into Lionel Messi instead of his own path.

While off the pitch, Neymar liked some tweets criticising his team-mate for his increased influence in the team to be the first-choice penalty taker.

This has left Mbappe feeling "isolated" at the club, with the two personalities clashing.

This is despite the on-field performances from the pair showing no sign of discord with Neymar providing an assist for Mbappe in their 2-1 win over Juventus in the Champions League.

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Mbappe signed a new three-year contract with the Parisians which sees him earn a whopping £1.6million per week.

His deal also sees him with an increased influence over the decisions made by the club, such as manager hires, transfers and sporting appointments.

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