The Rise Of Jamal Musiala: The 18 Year Old With More Than 100 Goals…

Jamal Musiala

If you have had the opportunity to watch Bayern Munich’s wonderkid Jamat Musiala, you would right away conclude that, this chap is a super-talent and a ‘property’ for Bayern Munich. That is only if his form will be fit as a fiddle in years to come.

18 year-old Jamal Musiala is developing as fast as could be expected, and everybody is now cherishing his skills, confidence, speed, readiness and ‘force’ which are essentially amazing.

The attacking midfielder is presently flourishing in his breakthrough season, and has scored five goals in 29 appearances for Bayern Munich and made his senior debut for the German national team in March.

At only 17, Jamal Musiala was Bayern’s youngest ever Champions League goalscorer recently and looks particularly at home playing close by top notch players like Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller.

On Saturday April 11, Jamal Musiala scored in his side’s 1-1 draw with Union Berlin.

Having moved away from Germany as a young person, Musiala got through the Academy of Chelsea while going to Whitgift, an autonomous school in South London that has a past filled with developing players that have proceeded to become remarkable professionals, similar to former Nigeria international Victor Moses.

Jamal who has consistently set apart out for greatness, has indeed stand out as an awesome player, especially, his goalscoring ability. He currently plays with elite players at Bayern Munich and is continually learning from them.

Musiala made his international debut for the German national team earlier this year. And under a year, Musiala was at that point on Chelsea’s books, and had applied to join the school and was satisfied to see him playing in a Whitgift pack.

Musiala proceeded to score 122 goals in 36 matches during his three years at Whitgift.

Two matches in particular still stand out to this day. The first was during an away game which involved hours traveling in a minibus to play a rival team.

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The match was canceled in no time into the second half with Whitgift 10-0 up. Musiala had scored seven and, as per coaches of the outfit, the young chap had essentially dominated the match with his initial three bits of the ball.

Jamal Musiala has what coaches call- – mentality, drive and desire and clearly, he is extraordinary. His eye for goals has made him quite possibly the most promising player in European football.

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