Mbappé absent from the Parisian group and deprived of a farewell in the championship

Mbappé absent from the Parisian group and deprived of a farewell in the championship
Mbappé absent from the Parisian group and deprived of a farewell in the championship

We will no longer see Kylian Mbappé in Ligue 1. The Parisian striker, who will leave PSG this summer after seven seasons at the club, is not in Luis Enrique’s group for the last championship match this Sunday evening (9 p.m.) on the FC Metz lawn. The top scorer therefore played his last match in L1 last Sunday against Toulouse.

Captain Marquinhos, Vitinha, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Fabian Ruiz and Ousmane Dembélé are also absent from the group. At the club, we are moving forward with managing the squad and everyone’s playing time before the Coupe de France final on May 25 against Lyon, for the last match of the season.

Spent at a press conference this Saturday, Luis Enrique had not indicated anything regarding a potential absence of Kylian Mbappé, who is expected in the coming weeks at Real Madrid. Last Sunday, on the sidelines of his farewell to the Parc des Princes against Toulouse, Kylian Mbappé opened the scoring, his last goal in Ligue 1.

191 goals in 246 Ligue 1 matches

Trained by AS Monaco, Kylian Mbappé made his first match in Ligue 1 on December 2, 2015, at just 16 years and 11 months. Champion of France with the Monaco club in 2017, the striker then won the title six times with PSG. Despite this absence this Sunday, the 25-year-old will be crowned top scorer in the championship for the sixth season in a row, a record.

In total, Kylian Mbappé will have played 246 Ligue 1 matches, for a total of 191 goals and 74 assists. This assessment could well be definitive, unless of course the Frenchman returns one day at the end of his career. Seventh top scorer of all time, the 2018 world champion remains far from Delio Onnis’ 299 goals.

Original article published on RMC Sport

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