Kylian Mbappe is one of the best players in the world. He has broken so many records at a young age, but the PSG Dazzling Winger needs to be selfless in order to ease Lionel Messi's adaptation to the team.
Although Mbappe had a good performance last night, we can't ignore his selfish play in the PSG attack. The young star has often been Criticized for being too selfish, and against Manchester City on Tuesday, Mbappe missed two big chances when he had the chance to pass to Lionel Messi.
Messi scored his first PSG goal yesterday. The Argentine is still adapting to the team tactics and how much he receives the ball in good attacking positions will ease his adaptation.
In the 86th minute, PSG caught Manchester City on the counter. Lionel Messi would have easily scored his second goal, but Mbappe decided to take on Ruben Dias and Kyle Walker when he could have made an easy pass to Lionel Messi.
No doubt these are some of the challenges that come with having too many big players in a team, but being a young player, Mbappe is lucky to play alongside Lionel Messi and should be submissive to the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.
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