Kylian Mbappe wins World Cup Golden Boot

Kylian Mbappe wins World Cup Golden Boot

Kylian Mbappe has been awarded the Golden Boot after scoring three goals in France’s loss to Argentina in the World Cup final.

Even though he could not emulate France’s 2018 success, the 23-year-old had another outstanding performance during the event, setting the globe on fire.

Even if he did not win the championship back-to-back, his performance in the final would go down in history, capping off an incredible campaign in which he scored eight goals.

He got off to a strong start with a goal and an assist against Australia on matchday one and backed it up with a brace against Denmark.

Kylian Mbappe then stepped up again to single-handedly eliminate Poland from the round of 16, scoring twice and assisting in a 3-1 triumph.

He had to wait until the final before scoring again, but he entered the match knowing he might win the World Cup for his country and the Golden Boot. He achieved it by becoming the second player in tournament history to score a hat trick in the championship game.

Despite France’s opening difficulties, Mbappe’s remarkable performance cannot be underestimated. At 23, he is unquestionably the finest player in the world and has already established himself as one of the greatest players of all time.

Due to his heroics in the Middle East, he has 12 World Cup goals, tying him with Pele and leaving him just four goals behind Miroslav Klose, who owns the record with 16 goals.