The PSG striker has reacted to his hat-trick in Bruges (5-0), scored Tuesday night in the Champions League after coming into play.

Kylian Mbappé splashed the Champions League match in Brugge in his class on Tuesday night (5-0). The French striker PSG, replacing at kickoff, scored a hat-trick after coming into play in the 52nd minute. "I wanted to start, I thought I would start, the coach chose, we have to accept it, I wanted to go home and show that it's difficult to do without me," Mbappé responded, questioned after the meeting on RMC Sport. "When I was not there, the others played very well without me, and I'm going to fight to keep my place," he said.

Kylian Mbappé, back from injury, also came into play late in the match in Nice (4-1), last weekend, with a goal to the key. "It's been two months since I could not play a football game, it was very painful, I want to play every game, get back to the pace I had before and put goals," assured the champion world. With 9 points in three games, PSG came close to qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League.