“I tell my self, I’m the best, I’m better than Messi and Ronaldo” – Kylian Mbappe opens up on his ego

The French and Paris Saints-Germaine super star striker Kylian Mbappe have open up on his mflated ego and admitted yelling himself that he is better than the Barcelona start Lionel Messi and the old ladies football club striker Christiano Ronaldo

Mbappe expressed this while on an interview with RMC sport

The 22-years-old striker who has been on his prominence for the past four consecutive years in PSG and his country had also combine many foosball lover that may be he can fill in the position of the two legend (Messi and Ronaldo) after their respective retirement

While on RMC sport, Mbappe said

“The ego? Of course, it’s important because when you’re in the rough, no one else is going to push you,” Mbappe told RMC Sport. 

“And you have to convince yourself that you are capable of toppling mountains.

“People don’t understand ego but when you are not well there is no one who will come to your house to tell you that you can do that. It’s just you and your mindset. It’s just you. You have to convince yourself that you are capable of doing great things.

Mbappe who has won 10 domestic trophies with one world cup scoring over 150 goals in all competitions, added that

“Every time I go on a pitch I always tell myself that I’m the best and yet I have played on grounds where there was Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. They are better players than me, they have done a billion more things than me. But, in my head, I always tell myself that I’m the best because that way you don’t give yourself limits and you try to give your best.”

“Of course, sometimes people do not understand because I think there is perhaps also this barrier which is created in relation to this subject, where one does not really explain what the ego is.

“For people, the ego is just not giving a friend a penalty, having a better salary than the player of the rival team. It’s not just that, it’s also in the preparation. It’s a personal thing, to surpass yourself, it’s way beyond that superficial thing of saying ‘me, me’. But I think there is quite a bit to be said about it.”

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