All penalty kicks in the World Cup final, all three points against the French underdogs

When it comes to Kylian Mbappe, the man most likely to succeed Mero as the next king of the game, the impression is not only his lightning breakthrough, but his big heart. Who are the World Cup Top Scorers? In the Qatar World Cup final against Messi's Argentina, Mbappe carried France on his own, scoring two goals in 90 minutes to draw the score and take it to extra time. In extra time, Messi scored and France fell behind again, but Mbappe set up the goal and took the penalty kick himself to send the game to penalties. If it hadn't been for Koeman and Chuameni, it would have been hard to say.

In this highly anticipated World Cup final, Mbappe scored two penalties for 120 points, and finally the shootout was the first to step up and hit the penalty, all three penalties in one game. What a superb psychological quality, you can ask Harry Kane.

After all, it was the World Cup final and Mbappe was up against Big Martin, the world's best goalkeeper. Coupled with that stunning volley, it was a perfect performance from Mbappe.

Back in France, Mbappe stumbled on the penalty spot against a team in the lower middle of Ligue 1.

In the 21st round of French Ligue 1, Paris Saint-Germain away to Montpellier, the opening Ramos in the front of the penalty area was pulled down by the opposition center back. Mbappe was able to stand in front of the penalty, Montpellier's goalkeeper Lecomte made an accurate judgment, flying to deny M's penalty.

At that moment, the referee came out and ruled that Montpellier had a player in the box early and a penalty was awarded. M always gets a second chance. As a result, M always choose to play on the other side, but hit the post pop out. What is more, M always had a chance to make up for their mistake, but will face the empty goal of the supplementary shot away.

Interestingly, it was not the first time Mbappe had missed a penalty against Montpellier this season.

In the 22nd minute of the first half, Greater Paris hosts Montpellier in the second round of the French League. Mbappe's shot was saved by the goalkeeper after a handball was sent into the penalty area. However, it was Omlin who kept the gate for Montpellier.

Mbappe missed penalties to break the deadlock in both legs against Montpellier and was left in frustration when he missed successive penalties and went off injured after just 20 minutes.

Sometimes, fate is so amazing, the World Cup you can be strong, against a weak team is helpless.

Montpellier really is the enemy of M, can be said to be one thing!

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