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Mbappe Has Now Scored More Goals In UEFA Champions League Than These Legends

Kylian Mbappe is a 22 years old French footballer. He plays for France national team and PSG as a centre forward. In UCL he has scored 31 goals in 52 games he has played. In his early age he has already defeated some of the football legends in UCl goals.

These legends include;

Curtsey/ Photo of Samuel Eto'o.

1. Samuel Eto'o

Eto'o is currently 40 years old. He retired on September, 2019 from playing football. He played as a centre forward for Barcelona and Cameron.

Before he retired he had played 78 UCL games scoring 30 goals.

2. Wayne Rooney

Rooney is 36 years old and currently as a manager for Derby FC. Before he retired from playing football ( as a centre forward for England and Manchester United) on January, 2021, he had played 85 UCL games and scoring 30 goals.

3. Kaka

He is 39 years old and a retired attacking midfielder for AC Milan and Brazil. Before he retired Kaka had scored 30 goals in his 86 UCL games.

4. David Trezeguet

He is 44 years old and a retired centre forward for France and Juventus. He is the current club representative for Juventus.

He scored 30 goals in 58 UCL games before he retired on January, 2015.

Curtsey/ Photo of Wayne Rooney.

5. Patrick Kluivert

He is 45 years old. He retired on July, 2008 as a centre forward for Netherlands and Barcelona. He is current care taker manager for Curacao FC.

Before he retired he had scored 29 goals in 79 UCL games.

6. Ryan Giggs

He is 48 years old. He retired on July, 2014 as a left midfield for Manchester United and Wales. He is the manager for Wales national team.

Before he retired he had scored 28 goals in 125 UCL games.

7. Rivaldo

He is 49 years old. He retired on August, 2015 as an attacking midfielder for Brazil and Barcelona. He is the current Counselor of Administrative Board for Mogi Mirimi FC.

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