NEWS UPDATE: “It was unnecessary,”PSG star clash with AC Milan fans after mocking chants and fake banknotes thrown down on ex Milan star during the team’s Champions League loss.

Kylian Mbappe chastised AC Milan supporters for how they treated Gianluigi Donnarumma, the PSG goalkeeper, after insults and fictitious currency were thrown at him.

AHEAD OF TIME? Tuesday night’s 2-1 loss marked Donnarumma’s return to the San Siro with Paris Saint-Germain. The Italian goalkeeper joined the French team on a free transfer in 2021 after his contract with the Rossoneri expired. His transfer to PSG caused a great deal of controversy, and he reportedly makes £10 million ($12 million) a year in Paris now, according to reports. During the Champions League match, Donnarumma faced hostility from Milan supporters who said he left his boyhood club to pursue more money. The extremes even hurled counterfeit money featuring Donnarumma’s image, dubbing him ‘Dollar-umma’. Mbappe stated that he thought his PSG teammate was receiving too much abuse.his annoyance at not being able to protect him. Gianluigi Donnarumma showered with 'Dollarumma' money by Milan fans --  Mbappe's reaction spotted - Football |

WHAT THEY SAID: “They treated Gigio rather poorly, and there was a lot of noise.” In the mixed zone, he said to TeleLombardia, “I think it was a bit too much, but there you go, that’s football nowadays.”

“The fans do as they please; we are unable to know their true emotions. We did everything in our power to keep Gigio safe, and we are sorry about him tonight.

THE BIGGER PICTURE: Goals from Rafael Leao and Olivier Giroud helped Milan win the three points in front of a boisterous San Siro crowd. Milan Skriniar of PSG had opened the score, but Milan’s will to win ultimately proved to be the difference. Their triumph opened up the Group F qualifying race, with Newcastle United and Borussia Dortmund still fighting for the top two spots.

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