Kylian Mbappé's outstanding hat-trick led Paris Saint-Germain to a 9-0 victory over US Revel in the Coupe de France Round of 64 at the Stade Pierre-Fabre on Sunday night.
Revel, who play in the sixth tier of French football, did their best to put up a fight. However, once Mbappé scored in the 16th minute, it opened the floodgates for PSG, with the 25-year-old getting a first half brace as the Ligue 1 leaders raced to a 4-0 lead at the break.
It wouldn't take long for Mbappé to have a hat-trick, as he struck again early in the second half. With the last of his three strikes, the PSG star scored his 29th Coupe de France goal to become the club's all-time top scorer in the competition, surpassing François M'Pelé (28).
Outside of Mbappé, there were other noteworthy performances, beginning with Marco Asensio, who scored a goal and registered two assists. Randal Kolo Muani scored a brace, and midfielder Cher Ndour scored his first PSG goal in the win over Revel.
Revel did their best to find the back of the net as they fired off nine total shots, five of which were on target. Nonetheless, Revel wouldn't be rewarded with a consolation goal.
The Parisians' next game will have them head to the Stade Bollaert-Delelis for a challenging matchup against RC Lens. PSG will attempt to distance themselves from OGC Nice and AS Monaco atop the Ligue 1 table while Lens need a win as they're among the handful of teams vying for the European spots next season.