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Mbappe adjusting well with his new status: Lloris

Mbappe adjusting well with his new status: Lloris

Football News: The French captain Hugo Lloris believes that the French youngster is coping well with his new status of one of the best players in the world.

Mbappe made his path easy for the new status.

This year he played pivotal role for his country for their world cup triumph at Russia, and he also carried that form for his club also, so far in this season he has scored eight goals for the French capital side in just five matches and out of that eight four came against Lyon in just 13 minutes time spell.

This year he was also on the 30 players list of claiming the Ballon d’Or award, and the Tottenham man is happy to see him how he is taking all in his stride.

He stated: "Obviously Kylian has a brand new status now,"

"Even though he has done great things in Ligue 1 and the Champions League, the World Cup gave him a new dimension in the world's eyes.

"He is adjusting just fine to this new status; we all know his great potential.

"He proved that in the second half against Lyon. I have not seen the first half, just the second one.

"It is not easy to score four goals in Ligue 1. I'm sure he can repeat these kinds of performances all over again."

Samrat Dutta

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