These are the type of goals that lead to broken controllers on FIFA.
Remarkably it took PSG over 100 minutes to break the deadlock against third division side FC Villefranche in the Coupe de France.
Thomas Tuchel was so wary of a coupon-busting result that he sent on both Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe to deal with the plucky opposition.
After Julien Draxler opened the scoring early in extra-time the flood gates opened and Mbappe sensed an opportunity to do some good old fashion ‘stat padding’.
Villefranche committed almost everyone forward and allowed the 20-year-old to part their defence like the Red Sea.
He laid on two almost identical assists for his team-mates from positions that would be all too familiar for regular FIFA players.
Just a few minutes later the exact same situation occurred for PSG but this time Cavani was the beneficiary of Mbappe’s sh*thouse antics.
Not only did it take PSG over 100 minutes to score against their third-tier opponents but they did it without a single ounce of respect.
Mbappe is one unforgiving soul.
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