Joel Embiid tries to justify Real Madrid’s shoddy play on Kylian Mbappe goal

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Joel Embiid fired off a questionable tweet as a Real Madrid fan after Kylian Mbappe scored his great goal against Los Blancos. 

As plenty of people expected, Kylian Mbappe has stolen the show in the Champions League matchup against Real Madrid. In the first half, Mbappe made an unreal run following a sensational pass from Neymar Jr. and he fired a rocket into the back of the net.

That goal, which gave PSG a 2-0 aggregate lead, broke countless hearts inside of the stadium in Madrid. For Joel Embiid, however, he had quite a different reaction to things on Twitter.

Kylian Mbappe is expected to join Real Madrid this summer

If Embiid is a Madrid fan, how in the world can this be his reaction to PSG grabbing the lead? From Embiid’s chair, life is good because Mbappe will be making his way to Spain this summer. Nothing has been made even close to official, but the expectation is that Mbappe will join Real Madrid during the Summer Transfer Window.

Mbappe confirmed his intentions to leave PSG before the 2021-22 season got started and he’s also said that playing for Real Madrid would be a dream for him. Ahead of Wednesday’s Champions League Round of 16 second leg, Mbappe was spotted checking out the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in total awe.

With Real Madrid also ready to try and sign Paul Pogba as well, Real Madrid could become one of the most exciting teams in European soccer next season. First, though, the La Liga giants are hoping to try and keep their Champions League title hopes alive. Embiid may be looking to the future, but that’s not the case for millions of Los Blancos supporters across the globe.

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