Prior to the start of the new season,we all knew either Messi,Neymar or Mbappe would be the king and man to watch in the French league.Three months down the line,this has not been the case as a new hero and king has emerged to take over from the three.This is none other than Lille forward and Canada international Jonathan David.David scored two goals to help Lille win by three goals in their clash against AS Monaco yesterday.His man of the match performance saw him make 3 successful dribbles,2 big chances created,1 key pass and 2 interceptions.This two goals saw him become the first player in the French league to score ten league goals this season.This number is more than what Messi,Neymar and Mbappe have scored in the league combined.With his help,Lille are back in the top three and in contention to win a second consecutive league title.At just 24 years old,David's reign as the new king in the French league has began and is far from over.
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