Kylian Mbappe break Lionel Messi’s Historic Champions League Record
Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe once again made history in his UEFA Champions League career as he broke Lionel Messi’s historic record.
On matchday six of the Champions League group stage, Mbappe was a notable performer for PSG, scoring two goals to help the team defeat Juventus 2-1.
The French forward opened up the scoring in the match with a thunderous goal in the first half, which was the seventh goal of his ongoing Champions League campaign.
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Mbappe’s goal against Juventus became his 40th overall Champions League strike. He broke the record for scoring 40 goals in the Champions League the fastest, as reported by the UEFA Champions League’s official Twitter account (23 years and 317 days).
🔝 Youngest to 40 goals in competition history:
🇫🇷 Kylian Mbappé: 23 years, 317 days
🇦🇷 Lionel Messi: 24 years, 130 days
🇪🇸 Raúl González: 25 years, 258 days
🇫🇷 Karim Benzema: 26 years, 307 days
🇵🇹 Cristiano Ronaldo: 27 years, 241 days#UCL pic.twitter.com/bJCZKs62j3
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) November 2, 2022
Mbappe finished with the most goal contributions in Champions League group stage play this season with 10. For now, he is set to feature in PSG’s upcoming Ligue 1 away fixture against Lorient.