Kylian Mbappe led his team, Paris Saint-Germain, to take revenge on its host and rival, Marseille, by scoring a double in the “3-0” victory, Sunday, at the “Velodrome” stadium in Marseille in the twenty-fifth stage of the French League.
Mbappe scored two goals at the 25th and 55th minutes, raising his score to 200 goals in the colors of Paris Saint-Germain, equaling the record number of goals in the club’s history, which was held by the current Uruguayan international striker Edinson Cavani (2013-2020).
Mbappe, who was alone at the top of the scorers list this season with 17 goals, made the second goal for his team, which was scored by Argentine international Lionel Messi (29), noting that the “flea” made two goals for Kylian.
Paris Saint-Germain hit two birds with one stone, as it restored consideration to its loss against Marseille 1-2 at the same stadium in the final price of the local cup competition and thus left it empty-handed, then widened the difference between it and the Mediterranean team to eight points (60 vs. 52).
The Parisian club played the match in the absence of the Brazilian trio Neymar, Moroccan Ashraf Hakimi and Portuguese Renato Sachez due to injury.
Paris Saint-Germain received an early painful blow, specifically at the 16th minute, with a renewed injury to its defender, Prisnell Kimpembe, who had just returned after recovering from the injury.
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