Kylian Mbappe's goal for France vs. Austria demonstrates how difficult he is to stop.

Kylian Mbappe is widely regarded as the finest player in the world right now.
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The Paris Saint-Germain great had a fantastic individual season in 2021/22, scoring 39 goals and assisting another 26 in all competitions.

But Mbappe's game is much more than just stats. Because of his tremendous speed and freestyler-like dribbling abilities, he is incredibly thrilling to watch.

The 23-year-particular old's skill set allows him to produce a high amount of spectacular goals for club and country, with another one added on Friday evening.

Mbappe got into 'unstoppable mode' at the conclusion of France's UEFA Nations League encounter against Austria to cap off a sweeping counterattack and tie the game at 1-1.

The PSG star grabbed onto a beautiful cross from RB Leipzig's Christopher Nkunku and then got on the afterburners before coolly hitting the ball into the net with his weaker left foot.

It was yet another piece of art by a future Ballon d'Or winner...

Playing against Mbappe appears to be a lot of fun, doesn't it? He's a terrifyingly excellent player.

That makes ten goals in his previous seven international games for the French superstar, however his most recent was only enough to clinch a point for Didier Deschamps' side following Andreas Weimann's first-half opening for Austria.

France won the previous version of the Nations League, but they are yet to win this time around.

The current world champions will be under pressure to win their opening game of the season against Croatia on home turf next Monday evening.

Starting Mbappe can only assist them in that sense, and it's strange that he wasn't given the nod against Austria after not playing a single minute in France's 1-1 draw with Croatia on June 6th.