France World Cup star Kylian Mbappe has netted more career goals than the pair of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi at the age of 20.
According to Give Me Football report, the Frenchman has continued to grow in strength, since marking his debut in the French topflight for Monaco during the 2015-16 campaign.
At the last count, Mbappe netted 26 goals for Monaco during their 2016-17 campaign, helping the club reach Champions League semi-finals as well as winning the Ligue 1 title.
This performance saw Mbappe’s value hit the roof top as some of the world's best teams were queuing up for his signature, but it was Paris Saint-Germain, who eventually landed the youngster.
Interestingly, the Paris-based outfit splashed out about €180m to sign the young forward, making Mbappe the second most costly football star of all-time.
At PSG, Mbappe has netted 60 times in 87 matches, marking one of the best players currently in the world.
On the international level, the PSG's most important squad member is also rated as France’s Les Bleus top star, with his goalscoring form.
Mbappe was in France starting XI against Andorra on Tuesday night, June 11, netted the game’s opener after 11 minutes of action.
The youngster raced away from Andorra defenders before executing a clear chip to hand France the lead.
The performance ensured Mbappe netted his 100th goal in professional football.
Mbappe has now scored 13 times with France alongside scoring 27 goals for Monaco and 60 times for PSG.
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A further breakdown of the Frenchman’s goals revealed he reached 100 career goals at a younger age than Ronaldo and Messi.
Mbappe achieved the milestone at just 20 years old, while Messi and Ronaldo could not net their 100th career goals until 22.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Kylian Mbappe was in superb form on Friday night, May 24, as his goal for Paris-Saint-Germain against Reims ensured the club make history in Ligue 1.
Mbappe's 59th minute goal was not enough to save Paris-Saint-Germain from a 3-1 defeat against Reims in the final game of the season.
But his goal meant that Paris-Saint-Germain had become the first team to score in each of their 38 matches in France's top flight.
Mbappe who won the 2018 World Cup title with France however comfortably ended the 2018-19 campaign as Ligue 1’s top scorer with 33 goals.
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