Lazio goal break, British wonderkid Jamal Musiala breaks UCL record – Jamal Musiala became England’s youngest goalscorer in the Champions League after helping Bayern Munich destroy Lazio 4-1 at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Wednesday (24/2/2021) early morning hrs.

In the Champions League (UCL) last 16 first leg match, Musiala, who was only 17 years and 363 days old, contributed one goal in the 24th minute.

He doubled the advantage of Bayern Munich through his action by releasing a flat shot from outside the penalty box.

His one goal against Lazio saw Musiala overtake Alex Oxlade Chamberlain as the youngest England goalscorer in the competition’s history.

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Overall, he became the second youngest player to score in the phase knock-out Champions League after Bojan Krkic for Barcelona (17 years 217 days), as the record shows choose.

Musiala joined Bayern Munich in 2019 from Chelsea. He has played an important role for Die Roten’s first team this season.

Big things are expected from Musiala, although England are likely to lose the merits of the player even though he has represented them from U15 to U21 level.

Musiala was born in Stuttgart to an English-Nigerian father and a German mother, and as such is eligible to play for all three countries.

But Musiala is expected to choose Germany, and is likely to join the squad and potentially make his senior debut for the country next month despite Gareth Southgate’s attempts to change the player’s mind, as it has been reported. Mirror.

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