Kylian Mbappe Scores Insane Solo Goal For France Against Austria, He’s A Cheat Code

Kylian Mbappe scored a sublime goal to put France 1-0 up against Austria on Thursday evening.

The World Cup winners hosted Ralf Rangnick’s side in the UEFA Nations League clash but were frustrated in the first half at the Stade de France.

However, the deadlock was broken by France’s golden boy in stunning style just before the hour mark.

Mbappe picked up the ball on the left flank with a slew of defenders swarming around him. He then weaved in and out, rinsing multiple opponents before slamming in an emphatic finish and wheeling away in euphoria.

It was vintage stuff from Mbappe, who now has 28 goals in 58 games for the national team at the age of 23.

He is now level with the legendary Youri Djorkaeff, moving to joint-tenth in the Les Bleus scoring charts.

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