Jamal Musiala Names 2 Paris Saint Germain Stars He Admired Growing Up
- Jamal Musiala has admitted that he watched videos of Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr when he was growing up
- Musiala has been compared to Argentina's Messi by German legend, Lothar Matthaus, because of his talent
- Fans and footballers have been impressed by Musiala, as he continues to turn heads despite being just 19
Jamal Musiala is one of those names that will be talked about for years to come.
The German youngster has already impressed many fans and fellow footballers with his skills, and he’s only 19.
Whether it’s his performances in the Bundesliga for Bayern Munich or his impressive showing at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Musiala continues to turn heads.
Known for his composure with the ball at his feet, his insane dribbling skills, and his pace, the Bayern attacker recently revealed who inspired him growing up.
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As noted by SportsKeeda, he admitted that he grew up watching two Paris Saint-Germain stars.
"Growing up, I watched a lot of Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr videos as well. It always amazed me how they went into the dribbles and it was always entertaining to watch them play," he said.
With two great stars inspiring his game, it’s easy to see why Musiala is so talented despite being so young.
Bambi, as he is known among the Bayern squad, is currently valued at € 100 million according to Transfermarkt.
He's played 100 games for the Bundesliga champions already and scored 27 goals while racking up 17 assists.
Jamal Musiala compared to Messi
German international, Jamal Musiala feels honoured to be compared to one of football’s greatest players, Lionel Messi as the 19-year-old shows his admiration for the Argentina captain.
Musiala is set to feature in his first World Cup after being enlisted in Hansi Flick’s 26-man squad for Qatar 2022 while Messi has revealed the 2022 World Cup might be his last after 4 previous appearances.
Musiala has now revealed it is difficult being compared to someone like Messi after his style of play was compared with the Argentine legend by Germany great Lothar Matthaus, Sports Brief reported.