Watch Daniel Sturridge Hilariously Sing Beautiful Song About Mbappe

Watch Daniel Sturridge Hilariously Sing Beautiful Song About Mbappe

  • Ex-Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge sang a tune for Kylian Mbappe in the middle of an interview
  • Sturridge was praising the French forward and how he's likely to win the Golden Boot in the ongoing 2022 World Cup
  • Mbappe has netted three goals in Qatar, and some have declared him the best player in the world

The former Liverpool and England star flexed his amazing vocals as he sang a beautiful chant for Kylian Mbappe.

The French star has been in superb form for his country at the 2022 World Cup, scoring three goals already, and fans have already declared that he is the best player in the world.

Kylian Mbappe, Daniel Sturridge, 2022 World Cup, PSG
Kylian Mbappe is the joint top scorer at the 2022 World Cup. Photo by Stefan Matzke.
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In France's opening game against Australia, the 23-year-old wreaked havoc, showing all his dribbling, speed and trickery, which thousands of fans inside the stadium enjoyed.

The PSG superstar then produced another magical performance as he scored both of France's two goals as they edged past a tricky Denmark side 2-1. With that performance, the winger broke several records along the way.

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His brace versus Denmark took his tally to 31 goals in 61 caps at just 23 years old. The two goals also saw him equal Zinedine Zidane's record, according to Eurosport.

Sturridge sings for Mbappe

While talking to Sky Sports, Sturridge predicted that Mbappe will win the 2022 World Cup Golden Boot.

"For me, he will win the Golden Boot, he is a special player. Just his abilities, the runs he makes. He is always shooting, which is always important. People don't really look at that stat as much, but the more you shoot the more goals you score. I think he gets himself into positions to score goals and he creates his own goals to score," according to the Sun.

In the middle of his interview, the former Chelsea striker hilariously started singing a song, leaving fans on social media in stitches.

"And that is why I probably say Kyli Kyli Mbappe Mbappe Mbappe ohhhh."

Many pundits have tipped Mbappe to win the coveted award during the 2022 tournament. He is currently the joint-highest scorer alongside Ecuador striker Enner Valencia with three goals.

Daniel Sturridge, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City, 2022 World Cup, 2019 Champions League
Sturridge won the 2019 Champions League with Liverpool. Photo by Marc Atkins.
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Why Mbappe refused to play for Cameroon

Sports Brief earlier reported on why Mbappe refused to play for Cameroon national team and instead opted to play for France.

Mbappe's father narrated all that transpired, forcing his son to play for Les Blues rather than Cameroon.

Mbappe was born in Paris to a Cameroonian father, Wilfried, and an Algerian mother, but he had made efforts to play senior national team football for the Central African Country where his dad came from.

Back in 2018, Wilfried alleged that a member of the Cameroon FA requested some money before his son could make the Indomitable Lions’ squad.

Kylian Mbappe, 2018 World Cup, 2022 World Cup, Denmark, France
Kylian Mbappe won the 2018 World Cup with Spain. Photo by Simon Stacpoole.
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Fans praise Mbappe

Sports Brief earlier reported on fans hailing Kylian Mbappe after a world-class performance versus Denmark.

Mbappe was in unstoppable form as the PSG superstar notched a brace to help France beat Denmark 2-1 at Stadium 974 on Saturday, November 26th.

His brace ensured France, defending champions, became the first country to secure a place in the round of 16 in the ongoing 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The Paris Saint-Germain forward has now scored an eyewatering 14 goals in France's last 12 matches.

Source: Sports Brief News