With a double goal against Bayern Munich, PSG striker Mbappe has officially entered the history of the Champions League.
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At dawn today (April 8, Vietnam time), PSG had a trip to the stadium of Bayern Munich in the quarterfinal match of the Champions League. Despite having to play away, however, the French representative had a sweet victory thanks to the shine of Kylian Mbappe, the 22-year-old star who scored a double in this match.
Notably, with two goals in the 3 and 68 minutes respectively, Mbappe has officially entered the history of Europe’s number one club tournament. Accordingly, the French striker has scored 5 goals after 2 away matches against Barcelona in the eighth round and Bayern Munich in the quarterfinals, in the history of the C1 Cup, no player has ever done this.
Besides, Mbappe also balances the achievement of “French player scoring the most goals in a Champions League season” by Wissam Ben Yedder (2017/18) and David Trezeguet (2001/02) with 8 goals.
Not stopping there, with a goal scored in the 149th second against Bayern Munich, Mbappe also officially became the second fastest scorer in a Champions League knockout match since March 2010. . Above Mbappe was Wayne Rooney with a goal in the 63rd second.
With this victory, PSG has a huge advantage before the return leg with 3 away goals. On April 14 (Vietnam time) here, PSG will have a welcome to Bayern Munich at home in the return match.
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