After three games without scoring, the World Cup winner scored a late goal against Montpellier, advancing to a century of goals for the Ligue 1 champions.
Kylian Mbabane felt liberated after completing her wait to move towards a century of goals for Paris Saint-Germain.
When France lost 3-2 to their former club Monaco 3-2 on November 20, France Bridget scored 99 goals in all competitions for the MBG.
Before a 3-1 win over Montpellier at Liqueur 1 on Saturday, R.P.
Moise Keane, who led PSG in the 77th minute, scored with his only attempt by Mbabane and closed the scoring on the side of Thomas Toussaint in stoppage time.
“I know my stats, yes. I wanted to get 100th in some matches,” he said. Canal +.
“It’s not hard. It’s a release, especially in a big club like this and all the best players who have come here. When I signed here, I never thought I would score 100 goals so quickly. It’s a long – term goal.
“Thanks to my teammates and the club for giving me hope in good times or bad. Thank you to everyone who works there.
“I think I can get more score, I can offer more help. It will come with time. I feel better and better. Going to competitions will allow me to be even better physically.”
In the list of PSG’s leading scorers, along with Dominic Rochetto, in fourth place are Baletta (109), Sladen Ibrahimovic (156) and Edinson Cavani (200).
“Who scored 200 goals with PSG? Who knows,” said Mbabane, who has been linked with a move to La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona. “I never thought about 100 goals! You have to think about the next game.
“It’s been three and a half years. I’ve been here a lot. It’s great to have the support of the people.”
The 21-year-old has scored 74 of his 100 PSG goals on France’s first flight, and 13 strikes have come in the Champions League, although he has not scored in nine matches in Europe.
His remaining 13 goals have come from France’s domestic cup and trophy champions, while he has only scored on three occasions from outside the box of Ligue 1.