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Kylian Mbappe
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Soccer Player
    (December 20, 1998- )
    Born in Paris, France
    Birth name is Kylian Mbappé Lottin
    Forward for the French National Soccer Team (2014- )
    Club play for Monaco (2015-18) and Paris Saint-Germain (2018- )
    Scored four goals during France's 4-2 World Cup win over Croatia, finishing as the joint second-highest goal-scorer (July 15, 2018).
    His surname is difficult to pronounce.
    His nicknames are Donatello (a reference to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle) and Casse Bon Bon (French for 'pain in the neck').
    His trademark goal-scoring pose is folding his arms in a pouting fashion.
    The celebration apparently came from his little brother, who did it when he beat Kylian on their favorite FIFA video game.
    His transfer to Paris Saint-Germain for €180 million made him the most expensive teenage athlete, and the world's second-most expensive player.
    His dad was a soccer coach and his mother was a handball champion.
    He idolized Cristiano Ronaldo as a kid.
    He has drawn comparisons with Pele and Ronaldo.
    His versatility enables him to double as both a striker and a winger.
    He starred for the youth academy at Bondy signing with Monaco, making his professional debut at only 17.
    He became the youngest French goal-scorer in World Cup history, at age 19, after France's 0-1 win over Peru.
    He was named Man of the Match in France's Round of 16 4–3 win over Argentina.
    He is only the second teenager, after Pelé, to score in a World Cup Final.
    He received the FIFA World Cup Best Young Player Award.

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