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Mbappé, at only 23 years old, will play his second consecutive World Cup final

MADRID, Spain.- Kylian Mbappé, one of the stars of the Qatar 2022 Soccer World Cup, will play his second consecutive World Cup final this Sunday.

The Frenchman, only 23 years old and already world champion, will guide the Frenchmen in the match in front of the Argentina of Leo Messi. The clash between the two, two of the best soccer players in the world and teammates at Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), will be one of the most anticipated of the match, which will take place in front of 80,000 spectators at the Lusail Stadium.

France achieved their pass to the final this Wednesday after beating Morocco. Although the Atlas Lions battled throughout the game, star Lloris managed to keep a clean sheet. However, Bono, who had not allowed goals in the entire tournament, did not have the same luck.

The game ended 2-0 in favor of Didier Deschamps’ men, a score that Theo Hernández opened in the fifth minute. In the second part of the game, Kolo Muani scored the second goal for France, with an assist from Kylian Mbappé.

Mbappé, who made his professional debut in 2015 at the age of 16 with French League club Monaco, has given his team five goals in this World Cup and has assisted another two.

With his current club, PSG, he has won four La Liga titles.

The number ten was part of the team with which France won the 2018 Soccer World Cup in Russia. In said World Cup, Mbappé was selected as the Best Young Player, after having contributed four goals: 1-0 against Peru in the group stage, a double against Argentina​ in the round of 16 and a goal in the final​ against Croatia.

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