Paris Saint-Germain’s expensively assembled attacking trio is starting to spread panic amongst some of the biggest clubs in Europe. Mbappe, Cavani and Neymar have amassed 17 goals in the six matches they have played together so far this season.
These numbers have not only made the Parisian club the highest scoring team in the five main European leagues, joint with Manchester City on 29 goals, but they are also the top scorers of this year’s Champions League, managing 12 goals without conceding in their first three games.
The most expensive attacking trio in history started to bear fruit from the very start. There was no need for any time to adapt with the PSG attack oozing quality from all angles.
They have played just six matches together, but Mbappe, Cavani and Neymar have already scored 17 goals at the side from the French capital: four from the Frenchman, seven from the Uruguayan and six from the Brazilian.
Additionally, all three of them managed to find the back of the net in four of these matches, demonstrating the understanding between PSG’s attacking line, despite talk of a rift over penalty-taking duties.