Kylian Mbappe has been in stunning form for Paris Saint-Germain this season, scoring 19 goals and chipping in with 11 assists, but he isn’t the only Mbappe to have made a big impact for the Parisians.
As well as having the £166 million man in their ranks, Mbappe’s younger brother, Ethan, is plying his trade in the French capital.
The 12-year old, who posed with his 19-year old brother and father when his move to PSG was announced in the summer, made his debut for the club’s Under 12 side in the Mediterranean International Cup.
Previous players to have starred in the Girona-based tournament includes, Marcelo Cesc Fabregas and five-time Ballon d’Or Lionel Messi.
As per the Daily Mail, Ethan marked his debut for PSG by scoring the seventh goal in a 9-0 thumping of Ys Gem Academy from Japan.
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Ethan, who is the reason for Kylian’s arms-folding celebration thanks to their many battles playing PlayStation, has lined up with his Golden Boy award-winning brother as a mascot for Monaco in the past, what’s to say the Mbappe boys don’t end up playing in the same PSG side as one another?!
While his younger sibling tore it up on his PSG under 12’s debut, Kylian was wearing the infamous No.10 shirt with distinction on international duty – scoring an identical goal to one Zinedine Zidane bagged against Spain 2006.