Soccer star Jamal Musiala continues to shine at Euro 2024 as Germany beats Hungary to qualify for knockout stage


Jamal Musiala continues to shine at Euro 2024, Star player Jamal Musiala of Germany continued his incredible form at Euro 2024, scoring on Wednesday in the host nation’s 2-0 victory over Hungary.

With one match remaining in Group A, Germany advanced to the knockout stages of the competition thanks to a well-taken goal by the 21-year-old in the 22nd minute, which also helped sustain his country’s unbeaten streak.

With a composed finish in the 67th minute, Ilkay Gündoğan doubled his team’s lead.

Musiala now has two goals at the tournament, netting his first during Germany’s 5-1 demolition of Scotland on Friday.

Jamal Musiala continues to shine at Euro 2024
Jamal Musiala continues to shine at Euro 2024 (Jamal Musiala celebrates after scoring Germany’s first goal against Hungary. Marijan Murat/dpa/picture alliance/Getty Images)

The rising star of football

Jamal Musiala was born in Germany, but when he was little, his family relocated to the UK, and he began his football education in London.

Musiala enrolled in Whitgift, an independent school in south London, which has a reputation for producing players who go on to become exceptional professionals, such as Callum Hudson-Odoi and former Nigerian international Victor Moses. Musiala soon began playing for Chelsea’s academy.

“Jamal really jumped out; his goal-scoring was amazing,” stated Whitgift’s director of football, Andrew Martin.

In 2019, Musiala rejoined Bayern Munich and returned to Germany.

Even though he had previously played for England’s minor teams, he became the club’s youngest-ever Champions League goalscorer at the age of 17, and he went on to solidify his spot in Germany’s national squad.

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Jamal Musiala, who is currently regarded as one of the world’s most exciting attacking midfielders, has excelled at Euro 2024, a competition in which Germany is beginning to seem extremely dangerous.

After witnessing Musiala’s prowess in a 5-2 loss to Bayern Munich, Darmstadt coach Torsten Lieberknecht couldn’t help but express his admiration, stating, “He’s not just a player, he’s a leader. He’s going to lead Germany to glory one day.” This high praise speaks volumes about Musiala’s potential impact on the German national team.

When Germany plays Switzerland in its final Group A match on Sunday, it will look to extend its winning streak, but all eyes will now be on the round of 16.