Footage of 11-year-old Jamal Musiala making his Wembley debut resurfaces after Germany's 5-1...


"11-year-old Musiala's Wembley Debut Footage Resurfaces After Germany's Win, His Club Reacts With Humor"

Posted: 12:24 BST, June 15, 2024 | Edited: 12:34 BST, June 15, 2024

A video clip of a juvenile Jamal Musiala performing at Wembley is now widely shared on social media following his remarkable performance for Germany as they thumped Scotland 5-1 in the opening game of Euro 2024.

The young man, who is 21 years old, put on an impressive display at the Allianz Arena. He scored a goal and caused a lot of trouble for the Scottish Defence throughout the game. His performance reminded English fans of what they could have had.

Musiala came into the world in Stuttgart, Germany, but his childhood was mostly spent in England, where he was groomed to become a frequent member of the Three Lions youth team.

However, prior to Musiala's impressive football career, he participated in the EFL Utila Kids Cup final at Wembley while attending Corpus Christi School. During the competition, his school represented AFC Wimbledon.

The young and talented player had already showcased his exceptional skills on the grounds of the national stadium, which later earned him great recognition across various European nations.

A video clip of a youthful Jamal Musiala participating in a school competition at Wembley has become incredibly popular on social networking sites.

At only 11 years of age, Musiala demonstrated remarkable ease and success, scoring four goals in the EFL Utila Kids Cup final with effortless efficiency.

After a video resurfaced online, the Wimbledon organization playfully extended an invitation for his return to the club.

On Friday's kickoff of Euro 2024, Germany scored a dominant victory of 5-1 against Scotland with Musiala standing out as the main star of the game.

During the match against Fleetwood Town, Musiala, who is only 11 years old, scored three goals in the first half. In the second half, he added another goal to ensure that the Dons won 7-1.

In his number 16 jersey, Musiala exhibits his exceptional skills and command over the ball on the compact field. He effortlessly navigates past defenders and puts in a number of goals.

After seeing the video, the social media account belonging to Wimbledon made a humorous comment: 'Jamal Musiala, you can still come back'.

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