Only Edinson Cavani has scored more goals for the French giants than their 23-year-old sharpshooter
Kylian Mbappe moved alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic in Paris Saint-Germains all-time scoring charts on Saturday as the strikers double helped his side squeeze past Saint-Etienne.
Mbappe joined PSG from Monaco and has swiftly become a favourite at Parc des Princes.
There remains doubt over his future though, with the stars contract expiring at the end of the current season.
PSG were once more obliged to fight back from a losing position to take all three points on Saturday.
Denis Bouanga fired the visitors into the lead after just 16 minutes, before Mbappe levelled the match shortly before half-time.
Most goals in PSG history:200 – Edinson Cavani156 – Kylian Mbappe ⬆️156 – Zlatan Ibrahimovic pic.twitter.com/szQPYs4uWS
Mbappe was on target again when the game restarted and Danilo Pereira put the Ligue 1 leaders 3-1 ahead, securing a win for Mauricio Pochettinos men.
The goal took Mbappe to 156 PSG goals in all competition, tying him with Ibrahimovic as the second most prolific scorer in the clubs history.
Only Edinson Cavani, who managed 200 before leaving for Manchester United, sits ahead of the 23-year-old World Cup winner.
6 – Paris have won their 6th Ligue 1 match this season after conceding the opening goal, the highest total in their history over a single season in the top-flight. Turnaround. #PSGASSE pic.twitter.com/bqR6kxBLme
Saturdays game was additionally the sixth time in this Ligue 1 campaign that PSG have come back to win, more than in any other previous season.
PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino was full of praise for his charge after the game, telling reporters: “Its not easy [to describe Mbappe], hes incredible, magnificent.An incredible player.
“Im very happy because we finished the match very well.We finished the game the way we wanted to play.Leo (Messi) and Ney were also important for us.”