KYLIAN MBAPPE has become the first player to score in all four of his first Champions League knock-out games.
The 18-year-old’s incredible breakthrough campaign just gets better and better as he scored his side’s opening goal in the 3-1 quarter-final second leg victory over Borussia Dortmund.
He also netted home and away against Manchester City in their last-16 ties.
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And hit two in Monaco’s 3-2 victory over Dortmund in the last-eight first leg.
Remarkably, they are his only goals in the Champions League as he didn’t score during the entire group stage.
His tally of five puts him at joint-sixth in the top scorers list — alongside team-mate, Radamel Falcao — with only Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of him on seven, who is still left in the competition.
Few teenagers have every made the incredible impact Mbappe has in their first seasons in the competitions.
Patrick Kluivert is a notable comparison.
The current Paris Saint-Germain director of football scored an 85th-minute winner in the 1995 final for Ajax at AC Milan — at the age of 19.
That team was full of young players, but it was Kluivert who scored the all-important goal.
Iker Casillas is another who excelled before he reached the age of 20.
Filling in for the injured Bodo Illgner, his performances soon saw him established as the No.1 and he became the youngest goalkeeper to ever play in a Champions League final when Real Madrid beat Valencia 3-0 in 2000 just four days after his 19th birthday.
And Wayne Rooney was only 18 when he scored a hat-trick on his debut in the competition as Manchester United beat Fenerbahce 6-2 in 2004.