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Mbappe nets spectacular hat-trick in France’s 14-0 win over Gibraltar

Kylian Mbappe showcased a stunning performance, scoring a hat-trick as France achieved a historic 14-0 victory against 10-man Gibraltar on Saturday night.

The momentum began with own goals from Ethan Santos and Aymen Mouelhi within the first five minutes, followed by debutant Warren Zaire-Emery finding the net soon after.

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However, the joy for Gibraltar was short-lived as Santos was sent off for a foul on Zaire-Emery, as confirmed by VAR.

The onslaught continued with goals from Kylian Mbappe, Jonathan Clauss, Kingsley Coman, and substitute Youssouf Fofana before halftime.

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Adrien Rabiot and Coman added more goals in the second half, with substitute Ousmane Dembele contributing a splendid solo goal.

Mbappe secured his brace and completed a hat-trick with a magnificent chip from 40 yards, placing him third in France’s all-time scoring list.

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Olivier Giroud and France sealed the historic win with a 13th and final goal, surpassing Germany’s 13-0 victory over San Marino in 2006 in European Championship qualification history.

Find the rate of France’s players at Allianz Riviera Stadium…

Mike Maignan (N/A):

It took until the 60th minute for Gibraltar to fashion something of a chance on the French goal. Had virtually nothing to do.

Jonathan Clauss (7/10):

Scored the second-best goal of the evening with a stunning long-range effort but had nothing to do in defence.

Jean-Clair Todibo (7/10):

Like his defensive teammates, he had very little to do and tried his best to attack whenever possible.

Dayot Upamecano (7/10):

I wasn’t troubled at the back but I looked to get forward at every opportunity.

Lucas Hernandez (7/10):

He was always an option out on the left and was unlucky not to get a goal himself.

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