Jamal Musiala is the new top talent of FC Bayern. After his double pack, he is the second youngest scorer in the 3rd league. He already trained with Hansi Flick.
- Jamal Musiala could be FC Bayern's next top talent after David Alaba.
- At 17, Musiala is the second youngest goal scorer in the 3rd division
- Musiala has already trained with the Bayern professionals under Hansi Flick
Who is Jamal Musiala , FC Bayern's new top talent ? The fans of the record champions ask themselves this question after the double pack of the 17-year-old against FSV Zwickau. The new top talent was the match winner in the duel against FSV Zwickau with his double pack . In the record league's third division history, only David Alaba was younger than Musiala in the 2010/11 season as a scorer.
The Chelsea midfielder switched to Säbener Strasse in the summer of 2019 and was able to train during the final training session before the duel against Chelsea in February. In the U17 Bundesliga, Musiala scored six goals in twelve games. He is a leading player in Miroslav Klose's team. In his third assignment with the amateurs, Musiala achieved his first double pack.
Jamal Musiala - double pack of the top talent in the video
Even without their trainer, the small Bavarians cannot be put off the track to success. Yesterday evening, FC Bayern II defeated relegation candidate FSV Zwickau 2-0 in the Grünwald stadium at home and thus further expanded their position as the best third division team in the second half of the season. Both goals were scored by the only 17-year-old Jamal Musiala (75th, 85th), who rose to become the second youngest goal scorer in third-division history. Only younger was his club colleague David Alaba when he scored his first professional goal on August 29, 2009 at the age of 17, two months and five days in the 3-1 win of FC Bayern II over Wuppertaler SV.
Coach Sebastian Hoeneß, however, had to follow the entire game from the stands because he was suspended for a game because of his fourth yellow card. In German professional football, the 38-year-old is the first coach to experience this fate. His team put the Saxons under pressure from the start, but needed "a lot of patience", as midfielder Angelo Stiller later named the key to victory in order to find the crucial gap in the dense Zwickau defensive alliance. In the end, this was only achieved by 17-year-old Musiala, who, according to Stiller, "is allowed to continue like this".
Matthias Horner and Christoph Seidl