- Kylian Mbappe leaves a little boy emotional after both met in the dugout before PSG's 3-0 win over Nantes at Par Des Princes
- The 20-year-old scored one of the three goals from the spot kick to stretch his goal tally to 33 this season
- Mbappe remains one of the top transfer targets for Real Madrid when this league season wraps up next month
Kylian Mbappe stretched his goal tally for Paris Saint Germain in all competitions to 33 this campaign after scoring in his side's 3-0 win over in their French Cup on Wednesday, April 3.
The Frenchman scored his only goal of the game from the spot kick in the 85th minute after which Dani Alves sealed the win with his strike in the 92nd minute.
These goals came after Marco Veratti had opened scoring for the Ligue 1 champions as early as the 29th minute of the game.
However, the highlight of the game was when a little boy, used as mascot started crying after seeing Mbappe in the dugout.
The boy was assigned to accompany PSG captain Thiaggo Silva but was unable to control his emotions when he saw the 20-year-old before matching onto the pitch.
"Moved to tears the little man? Adorable player reaction # PSGFCN."
Mbappe, who has been on Real Madrid however took his time to console the little man, and also gave him a high five before going to take his place on the queue.
The striker scored four superb goals to help Les Blues claim their second world title in history - having won their first ever title on home soil in 1998.
He continued to impress at the Par Des Princes even when he has been linked with several top European clubs, with Los Blancos taking the lead.
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Kylian Mbappe has admitted he has not been able to sleep since Paris Saint-Germian were knocked out of the Champions League by Manchester United.
Despite having a 2-0 lead at Old Trafford, the Ligue 1 outfit were kicked out by United courtesy of a Marcus Rashford's injury time penalty.
Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku had given United an early lead in the second minute and 28 minutes later, completed his brace in the first half.
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