Kylian Mbappe has added to his burgeoning reputation by matching a 60-year-old World Cup record held by Pele.
The France star struck twice in a thrilling 4-3 last-16 defeat of Argentina to send Les Bleus into the quarter-finals, becoming the first teenager to score more than once in a World Cup game since 1958.
Mbappe became the youngest goalscorer for France at a major tournament when he scored a close-range winner to down Peru in Russia 2018’s group stage.
But the Paris Saint-Germain forward, the second-most expensive player in history behind team-mate Neymar, went one better as France beat Argentina in Kazan.
1958 – Kylian Mbappé (19 years & 6 months) is the youngest player to score at least two goals in a World Cup game since Pelé
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