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A Star is Born

Messi, Harry Kane and Ronaldo mover over, the new showstopper is Kylian Mbappé of France. French soccer star showed up and showed out on the world's largest soccer stage, the World Cup final against Croatia at Luzhniki Stadium on July 15, 2018 in Moscow, Russia as France wins the game by the final score of 4-2.

Mbappé, 19, who scored four goals during the World Cup on his way to becoming one of the youngest stars on a global soccer stage, is now ready to get paid.

Mbappé, who earns around $23,000 per game, announced that he would be donating his World Cup winnings to a "charity that gives free sports instruction to hospitalized and disabled children in sports. Yes after talking with his parents, Mbappé decided to put his winnings to work by donating his entire winnings to the youth organization that he has supported since 2017, according to the French news outlet, L'Equipe.

Mbappe scored a goal and became the first teenager to register a goal in the final since Pele in 1958.


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