Paris Saint Germain (PSG) attacker KylianMbappe made Champions League history following his two-goal performance against Belgian champions Club Brugge on Tuesday night. The France internationalscored two goals in the first seven minutes as he helped PSG to a 4-1 home win over Club Brugge in their final Group A clash.

The France national team star scored the first of his brace in the second minute as he produced a good finish after the deflected shot from teammate Nuno Mendes fell into his path. With the goal, the France international became the youngest player to reach 30 Champions League goals thus beating the record of the great Lionel Messi, who’s now his teammate at PSG on the back of his free transfer move in the summer.

Mbappe was a thorn in the flesh of the Club Brugge defenders in the opening exchanges and he scored a second PSG goal on seven minute off the superb assist from Angel Di Maria. Di Maria was given a start in the PSG attack in the place of the injured Neymar and he showed his quality in the build-up for the second goal.

Summer signing Messi got on the act after the petite player added a third goal in the 38th minute. The brace from Mbappe and the Messi strike wrapped up the game for PSG as at the end of the first half. Mats Rits scored a consolation goal for PSG midway into the second half before Messi finished the game with his brace from the penalty spot to seal a big win.

Club Bruggeneeded to beat PSG for the Europa League spot available for the third best team in Group A, and they failed in that bid. Club Brugge were hoping to get the win that would seal third place in the group ahead of German team RB Leipzig.