Luis Enrique, the manager of Paris Saint-Germain, has declared Kylian Mbappe as the world best player.
Enrique, who previously managed Lionel Messi at Barcelona, made the remarks after Mbappe scored in PSG’s UEFA Champions League 2-0 win against Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday.
Mbappe scored from the penalty spot four minutes into the second session, before PSG’s Achraf Hakimi extended the lead.
During the game, the France international made four dribbles and won five duels.
In a press conference following the game, Enrique remarked of Mbappe, “Kylian for me is the best player in the world.”
“What struck me more than his technical abilities was his human quality.”
“It’s a pleasure to have him in the locker room; he’s a leader who inspires others.”
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