Kylian Mbappé achieved the symbolic milestone of 300 career goals (club and national team) during his exceptional performance against Gibraltar.
Despite this individual record, the PSG striker emphasizes the importance of collective success and asserts that team achievements take precedence over personal records.
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“The 300 goals? It takes a back seat; the team comes first. I’ve always wanted to make history in my sport. Some have scored 800 or 850 goals; 300 is ridiculous,” commented the forward on TF1. “Collective success has more value than individual records. It’s great; we had the goal of breaking this record. We maintained focus throughout the match. We did it collectively,” he added after the game.
With his hat-trick, Mbappé becomes the first player in history to score more than 10 goals in two consecutive calendar years with the French national team.