Kylian Mbappe transformed into Ronaldinho with ridiculous skill during PSG 4-0 Dijon


Paris Saint-Germain continued their charge towards a third consecutive Ligue 1 title with a comprehensive 4-0 win over relegation-threatened Dijon on Saturday evening.

And it was Kylian Mbappe who was star of the show once again.

Mbappe has been touted as a future Ballon d'Or winner and he's already one of the best players in the world at 21 years old.

And he underlined those credentials as he scored a late brace, with Pablo Sarabia and Mauro Icardi also getting on the scoresheet. Those goals were his 17th and 18th of the Ligue 1 season and took him to the top of the goalscoring charts.

But it's not just his ability to score goals that makes him one of the best players in the world. Mbappe is also gifted with the ball at his feet and possesses blistering speed that makes him extremely difficult to defend against.

And two Dijon players found out the hard way in their loss yesterday.

Ronaldinho was famous for using and perfecting the elastico skill during his playing days and Mbappe decided he would pay tribute to the Brazilian magician.


Finding himself on the left-wing, Mbappe managed to embarrass an opposition player as he beat him with an elastico nutmeg.

It looked as if the French youngster would then be tackled but he cut inside and nutmegged another Dijon player.

Watch it below:

A fan managed to capture the moment from the stands and his skills look even better from that footage.

Wow. Mbappe is out here ending careers of French league players.

Unfortunately, Mbappe was unable to beat a third player who resorted to kicking it out for a corner. It would have been one of the best goals of the season so far had he been able to put it in the back of the net.

But that doesn't take away anything from that skill.

Mbappe, despite being just 21 years old, has already proven that he's far too good for Ligue 1.

It has been said that it his dream to move to Real Madrid and it seems only a matter of time until he makes the move.

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