Paris Saint-Germain striker of French football, Kylian Mbappe, revealed that he sometimes finds himself better than Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, for self-motivation.
Mbappe spoke about his handling of himself and managing his career, with his belief that it is crucial that a person “have some selfishness as a player if he has plans to reach the highest level in the game.”
Mbappe said in an interview with Radio “RMC Sport”: “Ego? Of course, this is important because when you are in a bad situation no one else will push you and that will be your mission alone, and you have to convince yourself that you are able to move mountains. People do not understand that, but when Don’t be well, no one will come to your house to tell you that you are really capable .. You are alone with your ideas. You have to convince yourself that you are capable of doing great things.
And the young French striker continued: “Every time I go to the field, I always tell myself that I am the best, and yet I played in stadiums where Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo were, they are two better players than me. They have done a billion more things than me in the game, but in my head.” I always tell myself I’m the best. Because in this way you don’t set limits and try to do your best. ”
He continued, “For people, the ego – is simply not letting your co-worker take a penalty kick or get a higher paycheck. Not only that, the mental preparation stage is very important. Going over the self is a personal thing, it’s much more than just words” I, I “Superficiality. Of course, sometimes people don’t understand all of this, because there is an obstacle regarding this topic. Nobody explains what an ego really is. But I think there is a lot to be said about it.”
It is noteworthy that Kylian Mbappe (22 years) scored 30 goals in 36 matches for Paris Saint-Germain in various competitions during the current season, and made nine other goals.