Invited to unveil his eleven legendary Paris Saint-Germain players during the club’s 50 years in the capital, Kylian Mbappé gave in to the game by opting for 4-4-2 with a very offensive vocation. Alongside stars Ronaldinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic and ex-teammates Thiago Silva, Dani Alves or Thiago Motta, the tricolor winger opted for an African: Mustapha Dalheb.
Passed by PSG between 1974 and 1984, the Algerian attacking midfielder has 310 games and 98 goals scored in Parisian colors, of which he was one of the first stars. A well-deserved presence! Like Edinson Cavani, top scorer in the club’s history, Liberian George Weah is one of the great sacrifices.
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