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The day the Mbappe brothers play together is coming… 15-year-old brother makes PSG unofficial debut

Kylian Mbappe’s younger brother Ethan Mbappe also made his professional debut at Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

PSG played a friendly match against Paris FC at the PSG training ground in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France at 7:30 pm (Korean time) on the 16th. The result was a 2-1 victory for PSG.

Most teams in Europe are preparing for the second half of the 2022-23 season. This season had a break for about a month from mid-November due to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. PSG also had a gap after the 15th round of the French Ligue 1 against Auxerre on the 13th of last month, and now planned an evaluation match to enhance the sense of practice before the start of the second half. 토토

In the match against Paris FC, a large number of players and youth players who were not selected for the World Cup participated. Renato Sanchez, Marco Verratti, Fabian Luis, Juan Bernat, Sergio Ramos, Nordi Mukiele and Sergio Rico started, while Ismael Garbi and Hugo Equiteke took chances.

Mbappe was also substituted at the start of the second half. The main character was not Kylian Mbappe, a key member of PSG, but Ethan Mbappe, who is 8 years younger than him. Ethan left AS Bondy in 2017 and wore a PSG uniform. It is the same time as when Mbappe left AS Monaco and joined PSG on loan, and his position is a central midfielder, unlike his older brother, who is a side striker.

According to England’s ‘The Athletic’, Ethan signed a three-year contract renewal with PSG in June of last year. In November of that year, he was also selected for the French national under-16 football team. As of this season, Ethan has played in 5 matches in the UEFA Youth League and is showing a steady growth while playing for the PSG under-19 team.

Although it was an unofficial game, Ethan, who made his PSG first team debut, said on his SNS after the game, “I am very happy to be able to debut on the professional stage.”