Monaco’s striker Kylian Mbappe has once again proved his lethal goalscoring ability in the return leg of the Champions League quarter final against Borussia Dortmund
Written by Cosmin Mihalescu. April 20, 2017
Having scored twice in the first leg of the match, it only took 3 minutes of the second leg for the teenager to open the score against the Bundesliga giants. In doing so, Mbappe has set a new Champions League record. The 18-year-old has become the first player in history to score in all his first four knockout games of the competition. His goals have now ensured Monaco’s progress to the semifinals, where the teenager looks to continue his goalscoring tradition.
Mbappe has attracted interest from a host of top clubs in Europe, having now scored 22 goals in 36 appearances for Monaco this season.