Mbappe Scores Five Goals In Match, Sets New Record!

Kylian Mbappe
Kylian Mbappe

Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe made history as he scored five goals in his side's 7-0 Coupe de France win on Monday night, including an 11-minute hat-trick.

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The 24-year-old struck five times as the French giants asserted their dominance over sixth-division team Pays de Cassel, a game in which he was named captain for the first time.

Mbappe put in an eye-catching performance against Les Parisiens' opponents, becoming the first player in PSG's long history to score five goals in a single match.

The Frenchman's scintillating goalscoring display included an impressive 11-minute hat-trick in the round of 32 tie, with PSG now set to take on rivals Olympique Marseille in the last 16.

Speaking after the match, Mbappe said it was important for PSG to respect their opposition.

"We're happy, we came here to qualify, to respect this team and that's what we did today," he told beIN SPORTS.

"It's a football match, we're going to prepare for it. We first think of the [Ligue 1] match against Reims.

"Afterwards, we will see for the match against Marseille."

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Mbappe is now just four goals away from matching Edinson Cavani's all-time record for the Ligue 1 giants, having struck on 196 occasions for the club since his arrival from Monaco in 2017. 

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