Mbappe scores a historic five and leads Saint-Germain to the price of the French Cup final
Paris Saint-Germain fulfilled the contract for the finalists of the Coupe de France by defeating its host, Bayes de Castell, from the sixth division, by seven unanswered, including a historic five-year goal by international scorer Kylian Mbappe.
Mbappé scored five in the 29th, 34th, 40th, 56th and 79th minutes, with Brazil’s Neymar (33) and Spaniard Carlos Soler (64) adding two more goals.
This five-year anniversary is Mbappé’s first in his football career, but also the first in Saint-Germain’s history since its founding, according to what the club revealed on its Twitter account.
Mbappé increased his tally with the Parisian club to 196 goals, four goals less than Uruguayan club record holder Edinson Cavani.
In the next round, Saint-Germain will face his rival Marseille next month.