Kylian Mbappe has been tipped to win the Ballon d'Or one day.
The French forward is a phenomenon and that was proved once again on Wednesday night.
He scored once and assisted twice in Paris Saint-Germain's 5-0 demolition of Galatasaray in the Champions League.
With that goal, Mbappe has now scored 100 times in senior club competitions.
That's quite ridiculous considering he's still just 20-years-old.
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But what have his century of goals helped him win at this young age you ask? Well, a lot.
Mbappe is a three-time Ligue 1 champions - twice with PSG and once with Monaco.
He's also won France's most prestigious cup competition, the Coupe de France, as well as the French League Cup.
Oh, and don't forget the World Cup, which he won at the age of 19 with his country. Most players don't ever get to do that in their career, let alone as a teenager.
So it's fair to say the good times have been rolling for Mbappe.
In terms of breaking down his goals, the Frenchman has scored 73 times in 103 appearances for PSG and he also managed 27 goals in 60 games for Monaco.
We can also add 13 France goals to his tally. Mbappe's record at just 20 is simply astonishing.
GIVEMESPORT's Ollie Browning says:
Mbappe is on course to win the Ballon d'Or within the next five years, surely.
Once the Cristiano Ronaldo/Lionel Messi duopoly ends, someone is going to have to step up and fill their void.
It's probably going to be Mbappe.
He's already proven a key part of PSG's team and has won it all in France, so expect to see him move on in the near future - Real Madrid have been heavily linked for a while now.
If he does move to Los Blancos, then more success will certainly follow and his profile will hit new heights - so expect to see Mbappe collecting the Ballon d'Or soon after.News Now - Sport News