Deschamps told reporters, “Mbappe cannot be satisfied with what he has done so far.”
He continued, “He was not comfortable in the first match with us and was better against Kazakhstan, of course he wants to score more goals and make them.”
And if Mbappe’s wasting a penalty against Kazakhstan would affect him, he said: “I don’t feel it, it happens to everyone.”
Deschamps said, “I know Mbappe well, he may not show his best during a match or a period of time.”
Mbappe suffered a poor appearance against Ukraine in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, prompting Deschamps to keep him on the bench against Kazakhstan in the second round.
Although he participated as a substitute, he missed a penalty.
During the last five matches for Mbappe with France, he scored a goal and scored only the same.