Former Juve and Blues striker David Trezeguet debriefed in an interview with Parisian Kylian Mbappé’s performance at Bayern-PSG in the Champions League (2-3). “Trezegoal” is always under the spell of the French.
When it comes to goals, he knows all about it. Until Wednesday evening, David Trezeguet was even the co-top French scorer in a single edition of the Champions League (8 goals) with Wissam Ben Yedder. It still is, except that since Kylian Mbappé’s double at Bayern-PSG (2-3) in the quarter-final first leg, they are now three to be able to present this record.
Asked by Le Parisien on the performance of the young striker, Trezeguet congratulated the hero of Munich. “I know his qualities of speed, his incredible physical and technical abilities, but I admit, he always amazes me, slips the former player of Juve, Monaco and the Blues. Great games belong to great players. This is not an insignificant sentence. Kylian has once again demonstrated it. It is the mark of the grown-ups. “
“When he is expected, he responds”
For him, Mbappé is one. “He is more motivated by these very high level meetings, continues Trezeguet. It feels. We had already seen it in Barcelona (where Mbappé had a hat-trick, editor’s note). He gives off an impression of ease. strong in his body and in his head. When he is expected, he responds present. It is sometimes a little less obvious in Ligue 1, even if his statistics also speak for him. “
And “Trezegoal”, who sees the Parisian number 7 as a potential Golden Ball, to evoke his duel from a distance with the phenomenon of Dortmund, Erling Haaland: “They are different on a physical level, but come together through talent, Mentally, they are both winners. Haaland shines with a team less armed than Paris. These two players embody the present and the future. We have not finished talking about them . After, Kylian has already achieved more things, it is due to his age (22 years and three months against 20 years and 8 months, editor’s note), but also his nationality. He is world champion. Norway, with all the respect that I have for this nation, is not of the level of the Blues. “