Jamal Musiala had impressed in the FIFA World Cup 2022 with Germany and continues to dominate in the midfield, against a side comprising Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe.
Jamal Musiala was one of the foamy stars in Bayern Munich’s palm over Paris Saint- Germain in the 2- 0 palm in the titleholders League round of 16 return leg, at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday.
The 20- time-old had impressed in the FIFA World Cup 2022 with Germany and continues to dominate in the midfield, against a side comprising Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe.
Born in Stuttgart to a British- Nigerian father and a German mama with Polish roots, Musiala’s family moved to England when he was seven times old and joined the Chelsea academe to hone his football chops.
In November 2020, Musiala was called up for the England under- 21 platoon set to play theU-21 European Championship. The midfielder had also admitted that he was more comfortable playing in an English ecosystem.
Musiala, still, changed his decision within six months, going on to admit that he has made up his mind to switch ethnicities( for football) and represent the country he was born in – Germany.
Such a move was possible because he hadn’t played for the Three Lions as a full transnational( at the elderly position).
Making his debut in the World Cup qualifiers in May 2021, he was picked for both the European Championship as well as the World Cup in Qatar, making him one of the most promising youthful players in the event.
The German was one of the most harmonious attacking pivots for Bayern Munich as Lionel Messi and co. couldn’t score a single thing across two legs in the titleholders League.
In the alternate leg, against a defence comprising Marquihos, Sergio Ramos, Achraf Hakimi and Danilo Pereira, Musiala played like a schoolboy in an open field, running through protectors, dribbling once labels and supplying through balls in the final third.
In the 82 twinkles he spent on the pitch, Musiala had the most passes in the final third( 27), the most tried and completed take- ons( 12 and 8, independently). Know More Football News…