Cristiano’s reaction when he saw Mbappe had surpassed him in World Cup goals

Cristiano reacts to Mbappe's performance

Cristiano reacts to Mbappe's performance

Kylian Mbappe is in the news again after his stellar performance help secure a vital win for the Les Blues of France against Poland. With the victory over Poland, France advanced to the World Cup quarterfinals, and Kylian Mbappe, a forward for Paris Saint-Germain, also achieved a personal milestone.

Mbappe scored twice to lead the defending champions to a 3-1 victory over Poland. Just before halftime, Olivier Giroud scored the opening goal off an assist from Kylian Mbappe to set the all-time scoring record for France. After that beautiful goal, Mbappe stole the show with emphatic performance desrving a man of thebmatch award.

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Kylian Mbappe of France has surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo in terms of World Cup goals scored. The Paris Saint-Germain forward scored as France defeated Poland 3-1 to go to the World Cup quarterfinals. With few minutes left in the game, Mbappe fired in a long-range effort. He then added a second goal, the third for France, late in the game, curling a beautiful effort into the top-right corner.

With the two goals, he has now scored five times in the Qatar 2022 World Cup and nine times overall. In 11 world cup appearances, he has already surpassed Cristiano's eight goals, with nine fewer games than the Portuguese great. Mbappe, who is playing in just his second World Cup, is also the first Frenchman in history to score four or more goals at several competitions.

How Cristiano react to Mbappe's feat in Qatar:

Portugal great, Cristiano has responded the Mbappe's feat. The player is currently in Portugl's camp focusing on the round of 16 clash against Switerland, as he eye winning the world cup trophy for Portugal. The country has never won the mundial, as it finished third in 1966 and fourth in 2006 edition, hosted by Germany.


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