Argentinian keeper Emiliano Martinez has brutally trolled French football star Kylian Mbappe yet again.
Shortly after the winning squad landed back in Buenos Aires, millions of fans lined the city streets to get a glimpse of their heroes during the victory parade.
It was during the topless bus parade that fans copped an eyeful of Martinez's antics.
The cheeky goalie was seen brandishing a toy baby with the Paris Saint Germain superstar’s face on it, waving it around at fans as they toured the city on their victory lap around the capital.
Martinez's bold jibe soon began making the rounds on social media, with many fans slamming the star for the mean dig.
One social media user said: "The audacity to that after he scored four goals against him."
Another tweeted: "He’s been annoying since his Arsenal days. Runs his mouth too much for an average keeper."
A third fan asked: "What has Mbappe even done to get this treatment?"
Someone else wrote: "Mbappe lives rent free in his head."
Martinez's move is the second time he has trolled Mbappe in the wake of Argentina's World Cup win.
In the club rooms of Lusail Stadium after the incredible, edge-of-your-seat match, the keeper asked his teammates a 'minute of silence' for the opposition's star player after they beat France on penalties to win the 2022 World Cup.
Players were seen laughing and cheering before continuing with the wild scenes.
It was captured on Nicolas Otamendi's Instagram after the former Manchester City defender went live on the platform.
Given Mbappe had put three goals past him, including two in the space of 95 seconds in a crazy period, many felt it was an act of 'small mentality' from Martinez.
That move came shortly after a rather X-rated move from Martinez as he collected his Golden Glove trophy.
The Aston Villa goalie placed it on his crotch area and gestured towards the crowd as he walked off the stage.
He has since shared why he did it, and it turns out he wasn’t impressed with the behaviour of rival fans.
He told Argentine radio station La Red: "I did it because the French booed me. Arrogance does not work with me."
Bizarrely, this isn’t the first time Martinez has done such a gesture - last year he did pretty much the same thing when he was given the same award during the Copa America.
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