Kylian Mbappe is one of the most talked about players in the world right now, and for good reason.
The forward has always had the potential and talent to have a massive career, but he is currently in the form of his life.
The 24-year-old is one of the world's best players and is already one of France's top goalscorers.
At the 2022 World Cup, he ended the tournament with eight goals, including a hat-trick in the final, but it wasn't enough for Les Bleus.
Mbappe's parents are from Cameroon and Algeria, so he could have easily ended up representing one of those.
However, the French Football Federation moved very quickly to secure his international future once they realised his talent.
As a result, Mbappe was called into the French senior team in March 2017, when he was 18 years old.
He made 13 appearances for France's various youth teams before Didier Deschamps decided that he was ready.
Mbappe made his debut from off the bench in a 3-1 win over Luxembourg, but he didn't get his first goal for Les Bleus until August of that same year.
France played the Netherlands in a friendly, and in a 15-minute cameo, the forward bagged his first of 46 international goals.
But he had to wait another six games before his next two arrived against Russia.
Mbappe has 74 caps for his country, but only scored three goals in his first 12 matches, which means his next 43 have come in just 62 games.
Olivier Giroud is now France's all-time top goalscorer after passing Thierry Henry's record of 51 goals against Poland in Qatar, but you wouldn't imagine that will last long given Mbappe's form.
1: Olivier Giroud — 52 goals
2: Thierry Henry — 51 goals
3: Kylian Mbappe — 46 goals
4: Antoine Griezmann — 42 goals
5: Michel Platini — 41 goals
6: Karim Benzema — 37 goals
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