Mbappe was seen grimacing in pain and holding his left ankle.
There were reports saying Mbappe will have to go back to France to get his injury checked, but the youngster downplayed the concerns.
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He left the session without the help of a walking aid, but any damage would have threatened his participation in France's opening World Cup group game against Australia on Saturday.
"I am doing fine, it was just a knock, so nothing serious but thank you for your messages", he wrote via his official Twitter account while urging fans to "lay off my friend Adil Rami as it was not malicious".
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"We know that going forwards, we can hurt teams at any time, but we must also be strong defensively, that will be the basis (for success)".
In another sign of optimism, Rami said his team-mate was fine when he asked Mbappe how he was in a video posted on the defender's Instagram page. "I want to give the best of myself in the field, that is the most important, no matter where I play, I am at the service of the team".
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The 1998 winners also face South American side Peru and fellow Europeans Denmark in Group C and they are heavy favourites to progress to the knockout rounds as winners.