Kylian Mbappe Is Ready For Business As He Returns To PSG Training Just Three Days After World Cup Heartbreak

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Kylian Mbappe is back in training with Paris Saint-Germain just three days after his heartbreak in the World Cup final in Qatar.

Kylian Mbappe Is Ready For Business As Returns To PSG Training Just Three Days After World Cup Heartbreak

Following Sir Geoff Hurst of England, the French megastar hit a hat-trick in the largest football tournament’s final on Sunday, becoming just the second player in history to do so.

But unlike Sir Geoff in 1966, superb Mbappe was on the losing team as Lionel Messi’s Argentina upset Les Bleus on penalties after the scores were level at 3-3 after extra time.

Despite losing the greatest final of all time, Mbappe’s triple helped him defeat club teammate Messi for the tournament’s Golden Boot.

Following his World Cup efforts, Mbappe was supposed to take ten days off.

But the forward, who turned 24 on Tuesday, appears to have concluded that returning to work right away is the best way to end his suffering.

On Wednesday morning, he arrived at Camp des Loges, PSG’s practice facility, prepared to resume work.

When asked how he felt upon entering the complex, the former Monaco resident responded: “Better, better, better.”

Mbappe is anticipated to train with his teammates on Tuesday, according to PSG’s social media accounts.

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On December 28, the unbeaten Ligue 1 champions—who have triumphed in all but four of their games in all competitions this year—will welcome Strasbourg in a league match.

Messi, the 35-year-old world champion, is not anticipated to return to PSG until the New Year as he enjoys the conquest of the one prize that has eluded him throughout his illustrious career.

When the Argentina captain arrived back in Buenos Aires on Tuesday, he was greeted as a hero.

Thousands of adoring supporters then followed him to his hometown of Rosario.

Kylian Mbappe

French professional footballer Kylian Mbappé Lottin (born December 20, 1998) plays forward for Ligue 1 team Paris Saint-Germain and the France national team.

Kylian Mbappe Is Ready For Business As Returns To PSG Training Just Three Days After World Cup Heartbreak

Mbappé, one of the best players in the world, is known for his remarkable speed, dribbling skills, and finishing.

Mbappé started his professional club career in 2015 by playing for Monaco, where he won the Ligue 1 championship. He was born in Paris and reared in the nearby town of Bondy.

Mbappé became the second-most expensive player and most expensive adolescent player in 2017 when he signed for Paris Saint-Germain for an eventual permanent move of €180 million. He was 18 years old at the time.

He has four Ligue 1 championships, three Coupes de France, and is the club’s second-leading goalscorer all-time. In 2020, he assisted PSG in reaching their first UEFA Champions League Final.

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Mbappé earned his senior debut for France in 2017 at the age of 18 on the international stage.

Mbappé became the second teenager, after Pelé, to score in a World Cup Final at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. He also became the youngest French player to score at a World Cup.

He scored the two goals that helped France win the tournament, and for his efforts, he was named the French Player of the Year and Best Young Player at the FIFA World Cup.

With Mbappé scoring a hat-trick in the championship match, collecting the Golden Boot and Silver Ball, and becoming the all-time leading scorer in World Cup finals, France came in second place at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

2022 World Cup Heartbreak

A hat-trick, followed by heartbreak: Kylian Mbappe’s night held so much promise but ended in arguably the worst way to earn the Golden Boot at the World Cup.

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The France striker, who became the first person to score three goals in a World Cup final since Geoff Hurst in 1966, departed Qatar as the competition’s leading scorer, but his major memory will be the agony of a heartbreaking loss.

After reminding the world of his enormous talent, the 23-year-old still got to walk up to the stage to receive his individual award at the conclusion of an absolutely epic evening, but there were occasions when a far greater reward was within his grasp.

Instead, both will be remembered as belonging to another number 10, who also got to hoist the World Cup trophy that Mbappe won four years ago. This could have been his final and this could have been known as his tournament.

Lionel Messi and Argentina ultimately took home the victory, but Mbappe lit up Lusail Stadium and it initially seemed as though this was destined to be his time once more.

Kylian Mbappe Is Ready For Business As Returns To PSG Training Just Three Days After World Cup Heartbreak

Despite the fact that France’s World Cup defense ended in defeat on penalties, for the majority of the game it looked as though they would be handed the trophy back without even a murmur.

Didier Deschamps, the manager of Les Bleus, attempted to rectify that before halftime by bringing in Kolo Muani and Marcus Thuram in place of Olivier Giroud and Ousmane Dembele, and by putting Kylian Mbappe in a more central attacking position. But all to no avail.

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