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’23-year-old next-generation emperor’ Mbappe’s World Cup begins now

The 2022 Qatar World Cup was the coronation of Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain).

Even the World Cup, which was his only weakness, was erased. He also carved his name into the career record related to the World Cup. Messi and Argentina’s ‘Last Dance’ ended splendidly.

However, the next-generation emperor did not back down easily either. He scored a hat-trick in the final and disrupted Messi’s coronation to the end. In the penalty shoot-out, the match was split by his teammates, but Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) also shone as much as Messi.

Mbappe scored a hat-trick against Argentina in the Qatar World Cup final held at Lusail Stadium in Aldayen, Qatar on the 19th (Korean time). However, France failed to lift the championship trophy as they lost 2-4 in a penalty shootout.

In the 35th minute of the second half after trailing 0-2, he scored a goal with a penalty kick. In the 36th minute of the second half, he scored an equalizer with a non-stop shot. The time between the two goals was only 97 seconds. It was the first time since Ronaldo (Brazil) in the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup that he scored multiple goals in the final of the World Cup.

Mbappe’s goal parade was not over. In the 13th minute of the second half of extra time, he scored a penalty kick and completed the hat trick. It is the second final hat-trick after Jeff Hurst (England) in the 1966 England World Cup.

Although he cried at the runner-up, he won the Golden Boot (top scorer) with 8 goals.

He is the top scorer for the first time since Ronaldo (8 goals) in the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup, surpassing the 6-goal mark. Even if the range is expanded to the 1978 Argentina World Cup, Ronaldo and Mbappe are the only top scorers with more than 6 goals.토토사이트

Above all, Mbappe is now 23 years and 363 days old.

He has already scored 12 goals in 14 World Cup matches. He broke the record of the youngest player to score 10 goals (24 years, 226 days) by Gerd Müller (Germany). Messi has written a new career record, but it’s only a matter of time before Mbappe replaces it. Messi scored his 10th career goal at the age of 35 years and 168 days. Above Mbappe are Messi and Joost Fontaine (France) with 13 goals, Muller with 14 goals, Ronaldo with 15 goals, and Miroslav Klose (Germany) with 16 goals.

The goal in the final is already the highest with 4 goals. Mbappe also scored against Croatia in the final of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.