French Ligue 1 club centre-back, Facundo Medina has apologized for threatening to put PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe in the hospital.
The defender had said he would send the France international to the hospital if he[Mbappe] dribbled past him.
However, the defender has now claimed that the comments did not reflect his beliefs – on and off the pitch.
Mbappe is known for taking on defenders and dribbling past them easily and scoring week in, week out in the French top flight.
The World Cup winner is a nightmare for the defenders and has scored 19 goals in 26 matches.
The Lens defender had said: “He’s hard to mark as well, but you know me. If Mbappé goes past me, an ambulance would need to pick him up.”
But apologising he said, “I would never act this way towards a fellow professional, even less towards one I respect because it doesn’t reflect the values I carry as a man and as a professional.”