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Kylian Mbappé becomes the youngest player in Champions League history to score 30+ goals at 22years, 352 days.

At just 22 years and 352 days, with two weeks more to celebrate his 23rd birthday, the French Wonder Kid Kylian Mbappé breaks a long time record held by Lionel Messi.

On Tuesday night, Mbappé brace against Club Brugge saw him score his 30th and 31st goals in the UCL.

The record was held by Lionel Messi who was 23 years and 131 days old when he scored his 30th goal in 2010 for Barcelona.

Mbappé’s first goal in the competition was during his time at AS Monaco, and later making it six in the 2016/17 season where his team was eliminated at the Semi-finals.

Since he joined PSG in 2017, he has been prolific in front of goal which has seen him beat his team mate Messi’s record.


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