DEJAN LOVREN has hilariously snapped at former team-mate Daniel Sturridge for his latest Kylian Mbappe song.
The former England striker recently stunned fans on television when he burst into song as he argued the France star would win the Golden Boot at the World Cup.
He also started singing and using a Portuguese accent while supporting Portugal to win their group.
While fans have posted messages about his recent antics, his former teammate hasn’t let them slide.
Sturridge posted a video on Instagram where he talks about the day’s football matches.
In the video he said: “I’m coming to the sports bar now to watch the England game, watched the France game and Giroud scored and my husband scored another double.”
Sturridge then broke into song again to celebrate Mbappe’s goals as he sang, “Mbappe, Mbappe, Mbappe, he’ll score, he’ll score, yeah.”
The post garnered 4,000 likes and many comments, but one by Lovren stood out.
The Croatian defender replied: “Stop singing and send me those sunglasses for once,” along with a kissing emoji.
Lovren’s comment garnered almost 200 likes, with people commenting and calling him the “goat” for his joke.
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The defender played for Croatia in every game at the World Cup and helped them reach the knockout stages.
Croatia meet Japan in the round of 16 to repeat their 2018 final appearances.
Lovren left Liverpool in 2020 for Russian Premier League club Zenit St Petersburg.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6839377/sturridge-liverpool-dejan-lovren-england-song-kylian-mbappe/ Daniel Sturridge is trolled by ex-Liverpool team-mate Dejan Lovren after ex-England star sings new song about Kylian Mbappe