Kylian Mbappe took his tally of World Cup final goals to a record four with a hat-trick on Sunday as France drew 3-3 with Argentina before being beaten on penalties.
It was only the second ever treble in a men’s World Cup final, matching England striker Sir Geoff Hurst in 1966, and here we look at each of the efforts from the 23-year-old Paris St Germain forward over the last two finals.
It made him the first teenager to score in a World Cup final since a 17-year-old Pele did so for Brazil in 1958.
Having gone into Sunday’s showdown at Lusail Stadium with five goals already to his name for the tournament, Mbappe was presented with the chance to add another – and give France a lifeline at 2-0 down – when Polish referee Szymon Marciniak judged Nicolas Otamendi to have pulled back Randal Kolo Muani in the box and awarded a penalty with around 10 minutes of normal time remaining.
Mbappe then completed his incredible treble by providing another equaliser with only two minutes left in the additional period, again scoring from the spot to pip Lionel Messi to the Golden Boot.