Kylian Mbappe at age 23 to enter the ‘Goat debate’ if he leads France to consecutive world cup victories by beating Argentina

With a chance to lift the Golden trophy for the second time at just 23 years old, Kylian Mbappe has the potential to join the GOAT debate with Messi, Maradona, and Pele.

No one can tell what they’re facing until they face it. That is the story with Mbappe.

After facing Mbappe, a shocked Polish midfielder Piotr Zielinski stated, “I had obviously seen him a few times on TV but there is a big difference between watching him and facing him.

On the pitch, he seems even more unstoppable. He is an extra-terrestrial.”

On the other hand, Mattey Cash, even after doing his homework still got owned by Donatello, stating, “I spent the afternoon watching his clips and I knew it was going to be a tough test. But when he gets the ball, stops, and moves, he’s the quickest thing I’ve ever seen.

I’m watching the videos while lying in bed! In real life, he’s burning my legs – that’s the difference.”

Kylian Mbappe is to face his PSG teammate Lionel Messi in what is to be a historic final.

Already going toe-to-toe, the two forwards already possess 5 goals and 5 assists under their name.

In a fight between greats of two different generations, Messi and Mbappe are to make history of unseen proportions.

Both have had exceptional campaigns this year, Messi is a spectacle after many campaigns while Mbappe already showcased his quality in the previous World Cup.

After becoming the only teenager after Pele to score in a World Cup final, Pele wrote on his social media “Welcome to the club.”

His overall tally stands at 9 goals, one better than Cristiano Ronaldo (8), and just two shy of Messi (11).

At just 23 years old, he has more World Cups in him still. Being off by just 7 goals from the all-time top scorer of the tournament Miroslav Klose (16).

The prospect of Messi winning will end in being the GOAT, while Mbappe winning would mean entering the debate.

With the ultimate glory on the line, It seems like the race is well on.


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