Jamal Musiyala, a player for the German football team Bayern Munich, expressed his happiness after he became the second youngest scorer in the history of the German national team, after he scored for the team against North Macedonia.
Mosyala scored the fourth goal for the German team in the match that ended with a 4-0 victory over North Macedonia on Monday, a victory that decided the German team’s qualification for the World Cup finals.
“I feel really good, to score a goal for the German national team is an honour,” Musyala said in a video clip published by the German Football Association today, Tuesday. At the age of 18 years and 227 days, Musiala became the second youngest scorer for the German national team in its history and the youngest scorer for the national team in more than a century.
Marius Heller, who scored for Germany at the age of 17 years and 241 days in 1910, remains the youngest goalscorer in the national team’s history.
The following is a list of the youngest German national team scorers in its history, the matches they scored in and their ages:
Marius Heller – In the 3-2 victory over Switzerland on the 3rd of April 1910 – he was 17 years and 241 days old.
Jamal Musiyala – In the match that ended in a 4-0 victory over North Macedonia on October 11, 2021, he is 18 years and 227 days old.
Edmund Konin – In the match that ended in a 3-1 victory over Hungary on January 14, 1934, he was 19 years and 65 days old.
Willy Vick – In the 2-4 defeat to the Netherlands on April 24, 1910 – he was 19 years and 66 days old.
Mario Gotze – In the 3-2 victory over Brazil on August 11, 2011 – he was 19 years and 68 days old.