Kylian Mbappe after the broken record: There's still a long way to go



by SEAD DEDOVIC

Kylian Mbappe after the broken record: There's still a long way to go

Kylian Mbappe has become the all-time leading scorer at Paris Saint-Germain with 201 goals in his career. The match between his team and Nantes ended up being won by his team by a score of 2-4. In a conversation with Canal+, Mbappe talked about impressions.

His ambitions, however, are much greater than that, and he does not intend to stop there. "I play to write history. I've always said that I wanted to write history in France, in the capital, in my country, in my city.
I'm doing it, it's beautiful, but there's still a long way to go.

It's a personal accomplishment, but I also came for collective accomplishments."- Mbappe said, as quoted by eurosport.com

PSG vs Bayern Munich

PSG will have a difficult task next week. PSG will face Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in their next match.

The team from France is currently in a 1-0 deficit against the team from Germany. In spite of this, Mbappe is optimistic that the team can make it to the next round. "Of course, there is still hope, it's only the first leg over two games.
We'll work, get everyone back and try to start winning again so that we can go there and try to qualify."
Mbappe could not play from the first minute in the first match, due to the injury.

"I’m not 100% but I felt good enough to try to help my friends and play a little bit. Basically, I shouldn’t have come back.
I tried everything, tried to put everything on my side so as not to have any regrets.

I would have liked to play this game [in full].
These are matches that we want to play, for which we work. Watching from the sidelines is very difficult. Today, I only had 30 minutes to give. I gave everything. I will try to recover to be as efficient as possible."

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