World Cup What a great player, he’s not scared – Klinsmann, Schmeichel hail ex-Chelsea schoolboy. Young German attacker Jamal Musiala has received praise for being a terrific player from former Germany coach Jurgen Klinsmann and former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel.
Musiala has been one of Germany’s finest performers at the World Cup event now taking place in Qatar.
The youthful player assisted the European powerhouses in holding Spain to a 1-1 draw on Sunday night to maintain their World Cup aspirations.
The former Chelsea academy product’s performance pleased Klinsmann and Schmeichel, who referred to him as “one of the most gifted young players” in the world.
According to Klinsmann, Musiala was Germany’s standout player, as quoted by BBC One. He is fearless and full of startling aspects.
He is an excellent young player.
“The one who really got my attention was Musiala, what a terrific player he promises to be,” Schmeichel continued.
To have a chance of moving on to the tournament’s knockout rounds this year, Germany must defeat Costa Rica in their last group encounter. The previous World Cup champions are now third in their group.
After two rounds of matches, Spain is in first place with four points, followed by Japan with three points and Costa Rica with three points as well.
After the game, Zambian icon Kalusha Bwalya provided the real details regarding Musiala’s African ancestry on SuperSport, saying, “His father is Nigerian, and mother is German. travelled to England when he was a very small child.
He ultimately made the decision to represent Germany, much to the pleasure of the Germans.