The 21-year-old only joined the League 1 giants in 2017, initially on loan from Monaco before making the transfer permanent next year.
Callien Mbepe’s strike against Montpellier With a 3-1 win on Saturday, he scored his first goal for Paris Saint-Germain, which kept him in some elite company.
The 21-year-old joined PSG only in 2017, initially borrowed from Monaco before making the transfer permanent next year, and his goals came at an impressive rate.
His first goal came against the Metz on September 8, 2017, his second appearance for the club in the league.
M Bpai’s first season with PSG remained stable rather than brilliant in terms of goal returns, but he shifted one gear after his transfer became permanent.
Teams from around France and Europe were given the sword in a campaign that scored 39 goals in 28 matches.
Lyon felt the full force of Mbabane’s final talent on October 7, 2018 when he scored four goals in a 5-0 win, while conceding a hat-trick against Guingamp and former club Monaco.
M Bippe’s appetite was evident in his interview after his 13-minute, four-goal haul against Lyon.
“I should have scored more goals, it’s part of the steps taken to get to those peaks,” Mbepe said. As long as the attacker creates opportunities, everything is fine. “
The 2019/20 season spent time on the sidelines due to MBP’s injury, but his goal comeback was as effective as the previous campaign.
He returned 30 goals in 21 games to help his club to a third consecutive League 1 crown. The season didn’t end as they had hoped, with Bayern Munich beating him 1-0 in the Champions League final.
Mbabane has spoken of being a better one in Europe, while remaining effective at home, and he started the current season in a bright way.
Shortly after the international break, two goals in a 3-2 defeat to Monaco took him to PSG’s 99 goals and a century against Montpellier on 5 December.
His century lifted him to fourth place in the PSG’s list of all-time goal scorers with Dominic Rostio.
He left some room to match top-scorers Edinson Cavani’s 200 and Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s 156 – but third-placed Pauletta, who is 109, will be ruled out of injury this season.