Musiala feeling “fully motivated” ahead of England clash

Musiala feeling

Europe: UEFA Nations League

By Rune Gjerulff   @runegjerulff

Speaking ahead of what will undoubtedly be a special game for him, Jamal Musiala says he’s feeling “fully motivated”.

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Germany and FC Bayern attacker Jamal Musiala is looking forward to tonight’s UEFA Nations League clash with England.
The 19-year-old represented England at youth level, but chose to switch allegiance to Germany and made his senior international debut in March 2021.

Musiala has been part of the German national team set-up ever since and is set to make his 16th appearance tonight, having been promised a starting spot by Germany coach Hansi Flick.

“I always enjoy being in England. I feel fully motivated to be facing England. With my background and everything, I’m really looking forward to it and can’t wait,” Musiala told reporters ahead of the away clash with England.

“England are a strong team. It’s the perfect game for both teams, since both want to head to the World Cup feeling confident.

“I always have the same mindset. I try to give it everything in every game, and have the same motivation for every game. I don’t allow the situation to influence my mindset.”

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