Real Madrid secured a 14th European Cup title after beating Liverpool 1-0 in Paris thanks to a second half strike from Vinicius Jr. Los Blancos' fans took to the streets of Madrid on Sunday evening to welcome home their team after their triumphs at the Stade de France the night before. Real Madrid's veteran captain Marcelo gave a speech during the parade, but many Real Madrid fans were focused on venting their frustrations at Kylian Mbappe rather than celebrating the Champions League success.
In the build up to the final last week, speculation around Kylian Mbappe's future was the centre of attention in Madrid. With it looking more and more likely as days passed that Mbappe would announce a move to the Bernabeu, it came as a shock to Real fans around the globe that the highly rated striker had signed a new deal at PSG.
After the match, Real president Florentino Perez declared:
Mbappe? He does not exist tonight. It's a Real Madrid party.
"It's a thing of the past. Nothing has happened. Real Madrid had a perfect season."
However, Mbappe did exist during the team's celebrations.
Fans can be heard chanting "Kylian Mbappe, Hijo de Puta" which translates to " Kylian Mbappe, son of a b***h" during the Champions League title celebrations.
— Get French Football News (@GFFN) May 29, 2022
Marcelo can be seen visibly shocked by the chants and confused as to why Mbappe is still the centre of attention despite his side winning the most prestigious award in club football less than 24 hours before.
“Puta Mbappe” chants in his own city. Yeah I don’t think Real Madrid fans will ever forgive Mbappe. pic.twitter.com/jofErTnkpT
— WolfRMFC (@WolfRMFC) May 28, 2022
Kylian Mbappe chants continue inside the Bernabeu
It wasn't just on the streets where the chants about Mbappe could be heard, as some fans continued to voice their views on the 23 year old's refusal to join the club inside the Bernabeu.
— El Partidazo de COPE (@partidazocope) May 29, 2022
Real fans were likely unhappy with PSG fans after videos emerged last week of chants of "Puta Madrid" rang around the Parc des Princes before the French champions' final game of the season.
Before kick off against Metz, PSG President Nassir Al-Khelaifi shared the news of Mbappe's contract renewal as the anti Real Madrid chants echoed around the stadium.
Kylian Mbappe can be seen grinning at the shouts from the PSG faithful which didn't go down well with the Spanish fans.
It wasn't just the Real Madrid supporters who were enjoying Carlo Ancelotti's side's win in the Champions League Final as the official La Liga Twitter posted this on Monday morning, stating that no French club has ever won a European Cup of any kind.
— LaLiga (@LaLiga) May 30, 2022
La Liga have seemed to forget about the victorious Marseille team that won the European Cup in 1993. Ajax have also won the cup four times, meaning this tweet from La Liga isn't entirely correct.