Jamal Musiala despite being born in Germany is a product of the English academy system. He’s 18 years old and the attacking midfielder is already a regular in Bayern Munich’s match-day squad.
Just 18 months after leaving Chelsea’s youth setup where he spent his previous 8 years. At the end of last season, Musiala became Bayern’s youngest ever player at the age of 17 years & 115 days.
Just three months after his debut he scored his first goal which came against the 8-0 thrashing of Schalke. This saw him take the title of Bayern’s youngest striker replacing an existing one set up in 1999.
Musiala is now a Champions League starter for Bayern Munich. He gets a regular game time off the bench often featuring at the LW or behind the striker. Till now he has two goals to his name and has already scored his first goal for England’s U-21.
Musiala and his view on club and country
Musiala recently sat down for an interview where he addressed the difference between a club coach and a country coach. He gave a very straightforward answer.
In his interview, he also shared his feelings about the upcoming world cup and how the playing conditions have evolved.
Musiala is a loss to the three lions and he’d have been a n a loss but he showed what he’s capable of.
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