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Is King Kylian too powerful? Mbappe key to World Cup defence but trouble is never far from his door


Back in October 2018, as the ticker-tape settled on France’s World Cup victory, Time magazine crowned the boy who would be king.

‘Kylian Mbappe is the future of soccer,’ they declared. Gazing out from the classic cover, where cultural icons and world leaders jostle for space, was a kid from Paris’ rough outer ring.

Then just 19, Mbappe had become the first teenager to score in a World Cup final since Pele. Already the world’s most expensive teenager, he was then named the tournament’s best young player.

France star Kylian Mbappe (above) is more prominent and powerful than ever before

France star Kylian Mbappe (above) is more prominent and powerful than ever before

But Mbappe never thought his — or France’s — reign would last. ‘In four years, you are forgotten,’ he said at the time. ‘There is someone else who has arrived and done…



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