Mbappe is taunted by Argentina fans as he attends an NBA game in Brooklyn

Kylian Mbappe must have been taken by surprise when he heard the famous Argentine chant ‘Muchachos’ during an NBA game in Brooklyn.

The Paris Saint-Germain star attended the Brooklyn Nets‘ duel against the San Antonio Spurs at the Barclays Center on Monday, as Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving‘s side managed to grab a comfortable 139-103 victory, one which was their 12th in a row.

When some Argentine fans noticed Mbappe‘s presence at the Barclays Center, they didn’t hesitate to sing the chant that became the Albiceleste’s unofficial anthem heading into the 2022 World Cup.

The Paris Saint-Germain star netted a hat-trick in the final between France and Argentina, with the Nets even showing one of his goals on the big screen.

However, Argentina won on penalties and the fans in attendance are still celebrating their first World Cup trophy since 1986.

The Mbappe doll of Emiliano Martinez

There was also controversy during the Argentina victory parade, as Emiliano Martinez celebrated with a doll that had Mbappe‘s face on it.

That was despite Martinez conceding four times to the French forward on the night, including his penalty in the shootout.