Kylian Mbappé remains humble after his strong performance against Bayern Munich.

Partly thanks to two goals from the 22-year-old attacker of Paris Saint-Germain, the Parisians won 2-3 in the first quarter-final match of the Champions League on Wednesday.

"As I said in Barcelona, ​​I love to play these kinds of big matches," said Mbappé, who also scored four times in the two eight-final matches with FC Barcelona.

"But above all, this was a great team performance. I was able to take advantage of the good work of my teammates. We all fought for it, but we must also remember that we are only halfway there."

Mbappé opened the score in the Allianz Arena after three minutes and also determined the final score halfway through the second half.

He thus gave Bayern Munich its first home defeat since November 2019, when it lost to Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga.


Mbappé puts PSG in the lead against Bayern after just three minutes

'Neuer one of the best goalkeepers of all time'

The match between Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain was a repeat of last season's Champions League final.

PSG then lost 0-1 to a goal from Kingsley Coman.

"In that game I unfortunately failed to score against Manuel Neuer", Mbappé continued.

"I like to play against the best players in the world and Neuer is one of the best goalkeepers of all time. I didn't feel any pressure to play against him and I hope to pass him again next time."

Incidentally, Neuer did not look good at Mbappé's 0-1.

The German goalkeeper was passed through his legs by the 34-time international of France.

The return between Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich is scheduled for next Tuesday.


Mbappé surprises Neuer and puts PSG back in the lead against Bayern

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