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Fans left speechless at ‘obscene’ no-look backheel goal by Kylian Mbappe

Fans left speechless at ‘obscene’ no-look backheel goal by Kylian Mbappe during a France training session as Didier Deschamps’ side prepare to take on Kazakhstan – with a win set to seal 2022 World Cup spot

  • Fans have taken to social media to praise Paris Saint-Germain striker Mbappe
  • He scored a scored a no-look back-heel during a training session with France
  • Fans have called the move ‘obscene’ as they watched a clip on social media 


Fans have taken to social media to praise Kylian Mbappe for scoring a sensational back-heel goal during a France training session. 

The Paris Saint-Germain striker joined his France teammates in the training session on Saturday morning ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Kazakhstan. 

During the session, Mbappe scored an ‘obscene’ goal that involved him back-heeling the ball into the net without looking.   

Fans have taken to social media to praise Kylian Mbappe for scoring a sensational back-heel

BT Sport uploaded the footage of the 2018 World Cup winner on their official Twitter account for fans to see.

The video clip captured Mbappe standing on the edge of the box before the ball was played in from the right. 

The striker darted into the penalty area to complete a sublime no-look back-heel before running off to celebrate.  

He scored an obscene goal that involved him back-heeling the ball into the net without looking

He scored an obscene goal that involved him back-heeling the ball into the net without looking

Fans were quick to comment on Mbappe’s effort. One fan wrote: ‘This fella is a joke, how’s he even done that’. While another added: ‘Nah the audacity to try that is nuts’.  

As it stands, France are top of Group D – having won three and drawn three of their World Cup qualifying matches. 

Didier Deschamps’ side are set to take on  Kazakhstan on Sunday. As win will guarantee them a place in the 2022 World Cup. 

As it stands, Didier Deschamps' (left) side are top of Group D - having won three and drawn three of their World Cup qualifying matches

As it stands, Didier Deschamps’ (left) side are top of Group D – having won three and drawn three of their World Cup qualifying matches

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