Goalkeeper Bayern Munich, Mbappe goes into Champions League history

With a double goal against Bayern Munich, PSG striker Mbappe has officially entered the history of the Champions League.

VIDEO: Ronaldo missed the goal in a familiar distance (Source: FPT Television)

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.

Mbappe had a booming match (Image: Internet)

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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