By scoring PSG’s fourth goal against Nantes (4-2), Kylian Mbappé has definitely become the top scorer in club history. And for the native of Bondy, things are just getting started.
No one doubted that he would come, but this goal from Kylian Mbappé, his 201st with the PSG tunic, still provoked the fury of the Parc des Princes. At only 24 years old, the tricolor football superstar has already left his mark in the history of the Reds and Blues. The Ile-de-France club did not fail to celebrate this performance by organizing a post-match ceremony.
As usual, the first interested party, however, preferred to focus on the future and on the next deadlines rather than on this personal achievement. “I play to write history and I always said that I wanted to write history in France, in the capital of my country, in my city, I am doing it, it is magnificent, but it there is still a long way to go”, thus explained the French at the microphone of Canal +.
Mbappé surpasses 100 million subscribers on Instagram
Kylian Mbappé will obviously be lined up from the start of the match between Bayern and PSG which will take place this Wednesday evening (9 p.m.) in Germany. And the performance of the former Monegasque on the occasion of extremely important meetings is obviously eagerly awaited. While waiting to walk the lawn of the Allianz Arena, “Kyks” has reached 100 million subscribers on the social network in the last few hours. Instagram.
📲 Mbappé has just passed the 100 million subscriber mark on Instagram. 1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣
The other 3 football players to have exceeded this figure are:
Neymar 🇧🇷 (205M)
Cristiano Ronaldo🇵🇹 (556M)
All this without ever having left Ligue 1 🇫🇷 pic.twitter.com/Aj4gvVQTuU
— 📊StatsKMbappe📊 (@StatsKMbappe) March 6, 2023
If some will consider this information as futile, it still proves the colossal popularity of the Parisian. By comparison, Karim Benzema and Paul Pogba, the two other most popular French people on the network, do not exceed 70 million followers. The margin is however still very high with the top three made up of Neymar (205 million subscribers), Lionel Messi (437 million) and Cristiano Ronaldo (556 million).