We will return

“We will return!” tweets France striker Kylian Mbappe

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With his spectacular performance that will certainly be remembered for ages Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe failed to lead his team to victory in the World Cup final. Despite all his heroics, he could not lead his team to World Cup victory.

Kylian Mbappe recently posted a tweet hinting at his resolve to stage a comeback.

The French player single handedly kept the defending champions in the World Cup Final afloat throughout the match. He made millions of Argentina fans skip a heartbeat in the second half of the match as his team was inching closer a record victory.


In his post on Twitter after the thriller, conceding the defeat in the World Cup Final, he wrote in French, “Nous reviendrons” which means ‘We Will Return’.

Mbappe scored a hat trick in the final match on Sunday.

Notably, the French hero became the only player after England’s great Geoff Hurst to have scored a hat trick in a final match at the FIFA World Cup. For the past 56 years, Hurst was the only player to score three goals in a final match, with England’s 4-2 extra-time win against then West Germany in 1966 at Wembley.

Mbappe even earned the Golden Boot as he was the highest goal scorer throughout the tournament. Scoring 8 goals in the World Cup, he was just above Argentina’s megastar Lionel Messi who was at 2nd position in the race with 7 goals.