Kylian Mbappe insists best is yet to come from Paris Saint-Germain after Bayern Munich win
By Jack Wilkinson
Last Updated: 28/09/17 11:32am
Kylian Mbappe says the best is yet come from Paris Saint-Germain after their "complete" Champions League victory over Bayern Munich.
Bayern were put to the sword at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday as PSG's newly-assembled, star-studded side romped to a 3-0 victory against the five-time European champions.
Mbappe set up Edinson Cavani for PSG's second goal, and virtually did the same for Neymar for their third as Unai Emery's side extended their unbeaten start to the season to 10 games.
Speaking after the game, Mbappe said to Canal+: "The story is only just beginning. We knew in our hearts that we had to put in a great performance against a great team. We did that.
"Expectations were high, which is normal after a summer transfer window like ours. It was a complete performance and now we move on to the next match on Saturday. We are here to win every game."
Few expected Emery to still be PSG's manager after relinquishing the Ligue 1 title to Monaco last season and surrendering a four-goal first-leg lead to Barcelona to the Champions League quarter-finals.
But the Spaniard has overseen a rejuvenation which he believes has led to PSG becoming genuine Champions League contenders.
"There are the likes of Barca and Bayern. Today, PSG are like them," Emery said in his post-match press conference.
When asked about Mbappe's performance, he added: "Kylian? He is progressing well and getting better and better.
"He has a lot of desire and talent, which will help the team develop. That is what we had in mind when we bought him. He is growing here and that helps the team to grow too. He put in a complete performance."