Coach discusses why playing against Newcastle will be fun for Kylian Mbappe.

The prospect of seeing Kylian Mbappe take the field at St. James’ Park in the upcoming Champions League group match is sure to both thrill and terrorize Newcastle supporters.
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The iconic old stadium’s decibel levels reach new heights on important European nights, and because the club will host a Champions League game on October 4 for the first time in more than 20 years, you can bet that the atmosphere will be electrifying well before a ball is kicked.

The Magpies’ first game ended in a 0-0 draw against Milan, which is about as good a result as they could have hoped for given the circumstances and positions them well for Paris Saint-Germain’s arrival in just under two weeks.

Newcastle may be part of the “group of death,” but they are in control of their own destiny. If they can contain Mbappe and his teammates, they have every chance of winning.

According to Jesse Marsch, a former Leeds manager, the Frenchman would enjoy putting on a show in Tyneside.

He remarked, “Mbappe likes the big show”

He enjoys playing in front of large crowds and showcasing his talent, thus. I believe he’ll be ready for the game.

This is unquestionably the most difficult group. The four teams are visible when you do. Whoever wins will have to put in six excellent performances and have some luck along the way.

Mbappe is undoubtedly the danger guy and the one who needs to be kept quiet for 90 minutes, but PSG is more than just him.

Not as easy as it seems.

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