Ethan Mbappe, 15, makes PSG debut two days before brother Kylian faces Argentina in World Cup final

ETHAN MBAPPE made his Paris Saint-Germain debut aged 15 just two days before older brother Kylian looks to win back-to-back World Cup titles with France.

Midfielder Ethan was a second-half substitute in PSG‘s friendly against Paris FC on Friday.

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The youngster replaced Fabian Ruiz in the middle of the park.

PSG ran out 2-1 winners against their fellow Paris-based club, with Nordi Mukiele and 18-year-old Ismael Gharbi scoring.

Ethan was a part of a matchday squad consisting of the likes of Sergio Ramos, Marco Verratti and Renato Sanches.

The younger Mbappe often features in PSG’s academy ranks.

He made his European debut in September for the U19s, where they took on – and beat – Juventus.

In October, he made his Uefa Youth League debut against Maccabi Haifa.

Older brother Kylian, 23, happens to be one of the best and most paid footballers in the world.

And Ethan made his PSG debut just two days before Kylian contests his second-ever World Cup final.


Having won it in 2018, Kylian has again spearheaded France’s attack scoring five goals and assisting two in Qatar.

However, Les Bleus will have to defeat a resolute Argentina team including an in-form Lionel Messi – a club-mate of the Mbappe brothers.

The two PSG aces will go head-to-head on Sunday’s in a 3pm kick-off.