The reigning champions, PSG, have built a substantial six-point lead over second-placed Lens, who also trail in goal difference.
With just two games remaining, PSG only require a solitary point to mathematically seal the championship.
Mbappe, the league’s top scorer, wasted no time making an impact, finding the net twice within the opening eight minutes for the visiting team. Although Lassine Sinayoko pulled one back for Auxerre, the victory was ultimately secured by PSG.
Christophe Galtier’s side will be crowned champions if they avoid defeat in their upcoming match against Racing Strasbourg next Saturday.
The 24-year-old Mbappe has been instrumental throughout the season, tallying an impressive total of 40 goals and nine assists in 41 appearances. Notably, he has contributed to 33 goals in 32 Ligue 1 matches.
Mbappe’s exceptional skills were on full display as he showcased remarkable footwork in the penalty area, creating space for the opening goal, and swiftly following it up with a sublime first-time strike just minutes later.
With their latest triumph, PSG has equaled the long-standing records set by Marseille and Saint-Etienne, securing their 10th French title last season.
Now, they are on the verge of surpassing this milestone and solidifying their dominance in French football.