‘Mbappé 2050’: PSG star birthday images are filtered | sports


Kylian Mbappé turned 23 on December 20 and celebrated it in a big way with the rest of his PSG teammates. The Spanish Juan Bernat, Segio Rico, Ander Herrera and Sergio Ramos, along with Verrati, Achraf, Rafinha, Draxler and Keylor Navas did not fail the appointment of the French ‘7’. Juan Bernat himself published the photo on his Instagram stories. All of them gave the birthday boy a very special gift: his Paris Saint Germain shirt that said ‘Mbappé 2050’, simulating the typical one that players pose when they renew with their team. A poisoned gift? Mbappé does not seem to regret posing with him.

The departure of Mbappé from the Parisian team is on everyone’s lips since this summer the signing of the Frenchman for Real Madrid sounded very strong. The question is to know why the young forward is going to choose: to renew with PSG or to look for something else at the white club. There are not many other options. The player himself had on more than one occasion dropped his intention to “try something else” away from the Parque de los Principes where he plays every other weekend. However, he has also said on more than one occasion that he is happy in Paris. Leonardo, the club’s sporting director, is also doing his job and considers that “they still have a good chance of renewing.”

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For their part, Real Madrid players are also putting pressure on the 23-year-old striker. Casemiro already sees him as compatibility with Vinícius Jr. (since many saw the signing of Mbappé as a stop in the progression of the Brazilian star) and Benzema, a teammate, gives him a wink whenever he can. This time he did so by congratulating him on the networks: “Happy birthday fumier de haut standing Mbappé (Happy birthday, high standing ‘cabronazo’, translated into Spanish)”. Vinícius did not miss an opportunity to congratulate his attacking partner next season. For now, his friends within the PSG squad are also pressuring him in the form of a gift. All of them will face each other in the second round of the Champions League.

Mbappé’s figures

Kylian Mbappé turns 23 pending his future and after having marked some historical milestones in France:

  • 4 – His best ranking on the Ballon d’Or list. He achieved it in 2018. In the last one, less than a month ago, he was ninth.
  • 12 – Age in which he left his family, in the town of Bondy, on the outskirts of Paris, to enroll in the Monaco training center.
  • 15 – The years that it has been one of the images of the sports brand Nike.
  • 24 – Goals scored with the French team. At 23, Messi had scored just 13 goals for Argentina and Cristiano Ronaldo 20 for Portugal.
  • 31 – Goals in the Champions League in 51 games. Mbappé is the youngest player to have exceeded 30 goals in that competition. Until now, that record was held by Messi.
  • 40 – Millions of dollars has earned in 2021, including his contract and the rest of income, according to Forbes magazine, which makes him the French athlete with the highest income.
  • 43 – Goals scored in 2021. He is the first footballer to exceed 40 goals in two seasons in France since Jean-Pierre Papin in 1991.
  • 53 – Matches played with the French national team, with which he debuted in March 2017, at just 18 years old.
  • 63 – Millions of followers on your Instagram account, not from your favorite media with fans. He is still far from his teammate Neymar, who has 167 million, while Messi has 291 million and Cristiano Ronaldo 378 million.
  • 70 – Seconds it took to score his fastest goal. He did it in the Champions League against Bruges on December 7.
  • 100 – Goals in the French league with PSG. He is 13 from the mark of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and 38 of those that the Uruguayan Edinson Cavani achieved, the one who has achieved the most with that shirt.
  • 147 – Goals have been achieved in all competitions, with PSG in 195 games. Ibrahimovic achieved 156 and Cavani 200.
  • 180 – Millions of euros cost his transfer to PSG from Monaco in 2017, the second most expensive of all time, after the 222 million that that same club paid that same year to snatch Neymar from Barcelona.
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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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