Football fans are currently hot on debate on who is the current young star who break has had a breakout this worldcup. The tournament has already witnessed some of the most exceptional perfomances.
French and Paris Saint Germaine's top striker, Kylian Mbappe was the youngest star to breakout in the previous tournament. The player seems to be going from glory to glory. He already has four goals in the ongoing tournament in Qatar.
French manager, Didier Deschamps has been seen heaping the praise on the player following his impressive perfomances. Despite many currently buzzing on Mbappe's current perfomances, Argentine manager Mauricio Pochettino has aimed a dig at the French star.
According to Pochettino, Kylian Mbappe is still a child and managing him si hard. It is remembered that Pochettino had a very hard time to manage Mbappe during his time at Parc Des Princess months ago. The Argentine is yet to find a new job.
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