Kylian Mbappe couldn't help but voice his frustrations with teammate Neymar, despite Paris Saint-Germain's victory over Montpellier on Saturday.

Idrissa Gueye and Julian Draxler were on the scoresheet as the Parisians ran out 2-0 winners, a result which leaves Mauricio Pochettino’s side 10 points clear at the top of Ligue 1.

However, Mbappe who is expected to leave the French giants next summer, failed to hide his annoyance with Neymar in the latter stages of the game.

The 22-year-old was substituted moments after Draxler’s late strike, but was left unimpressed with the Brazilian star.

Footage captured by Canal+ showed the World Cup winner voicing his frustrations with Neymar, saying: : “Yes, yes, he doesn’t give the pass to me”.

The Frenchman started as part of a front three alongside Neymar and Angel Di Maria as Lionel Messi missed the game due to injury.

The Argentine superstar is a doubt for PSG’s Champions League clash with Manchester City on Tuesday. However, they will go into the game in confident mood after winning their opening eight games of the Ligue 1 season.

Meanwhile, Mbappe’s future continues to be the subject of speculation due to the fact his current deal expires at the end of the season, and he is free to negotiate a pre-contract agreement with other clubs from January.

The France star’s attitude has been called into question of late after Metz head coach Frederic Antonetti accused him of lacking humility, after PSG scored a late winner against his side and Mbappe celebrated in front of Metz goalkeeper Alexandre Oukidja.

Pochettino defended his player regarding the incident: "I understand that he was angry. That's a natural reaction but you have to take the context into account, especially when considering that it was after losing a game in the 95th minute, so I can empathise with Fred [Antonetti] for being angry about the situation.

"These incidents cannot be taken out of context, they have to be analysed within a match in which both teams want to win and many things happen, so that cannot be used out of context.

"That doesn't reflect the reality of who Kylian is, but I can understand the frustration on their side."