Sergio Aguero was offered some advice by John Terry after his World Cup celebrations before the former Argentina star took a bizarre swipe at an unassuming member of the France side.
Aguero watched from the sidelines as his compatriots came out on top in the penalty shootout against France on Sunday after a remarkable game which was 2-2 after 90 minutes and 3-3 after extra-time.
The former Manchester City striker earned 101 caps for Argentina before he was forced to retire from football last year due to a heart issue.
But he’s remained around the squad since and rushed on to the pitch wearing an Argentina shirt as the winning penalty was slotted.
And Terry, who famously celebrated Chelsea’s Champions League title win in a full kit despite being suspended for the match in 2012, had some advice for Aguero.
Terry told beIN Sports: “Aguero has gone for the full John Terry there hasn’t he? I did it first.
“If your going to do it, at least go for it and put the shin pads and boots on.”
Aguero, who shared a room with World Cup hero Lionel Messi ahead of the final, joined his compatriots in their dressing room celebrations after the game.
And as he streamed the celebrations, he bizarrely flicked the camera to his face before saying: “For Camavinga, the d***face.”
We have no idea what Eduardo Camavinga, who was excellent when he came on and doesn’t seem as though he could anger anyone, did to deserve the insult.
Goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, who saved Kinglsey Coman’s penalty and shithoused Aurelien Tchouameni into missing his, led the chanting in the dressing room, mocking Kylian Mbappe in the process.
Martinez consoled Mbappe – who became just the second player to score a World Cup final hat-trick – on the pitch, but was videoed taking the p*ss out of the striker soon after.
The Argentina players were all seen dancing around the dressing room singing “a minute’s silence for” together, before leaving a gap for Martinez to shout: “for Mbappe who is dead!”