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Kylian Mbappe apologises after missing a penalty against Switzerland

Kylian Mbappe apologized after missing penalty against Switzerland, which lead to their elimination on Euro 2020.

Football GOAT Pele, their manager Didier Deschamps, captain Hugo Lloris have shown support to the PSG striker after showing his disappointment lead to France loss.

Pele sends message to Mbappe: “Keep your head up, Kylian! Tomorrow is the first day of a new journey.”

France captain Hugo Lloris reiterated the stance, saying: “We win together, we lose together. We are all responsible for being eliminated at this stage of the competition. There is no pointing fingers.”

“Nobody can be annoyed with him,” Deschamps said. “When you take the responsibility, it can happen. He is obviously very affected by it.”

France felt sad after knocked out in Europe competition, as they allow two goals withing 100 minutes before goalkeeper Yann Sommer saved from Kylian Mbappe.

“I’m sorry about this penalty. I wanted to help the team but I failed,” Mbappe wrote on Instagram after the game.

“It’s going to be hard to sleep after this, but unfortunately these are the ups and downs of this sport that I love so much. “The most important (thing) will be to get back up again even stronger for future commitments. Congratulations and good luck to the Swiss team.”

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