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JAMAL MUSIALA showed why England boss Gareth Southgate is desperate to snatch him away from Germany after scoring a brilliant strike in Bayern Munich’s win over Lazio

The thrilling 17-year-old midfielder scored in the 24th minute to bring the score to 2-0 against the Germans in their 16th Champions League first leg

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And in doing so, he became the youngest English goalscorer of all time in a Champions League game at 17 years and 363 days old

Only former Barcelona and Stoke star Bojan Krkic scored in the knockout stage at a younger stadium

Musiala received the ball at the edge of the penalty area before passing Lazio goalkeeper Pepe Reina

The goal led the Polish hitman, 32, past Real Madrid legend Raul and to third place in the Champions League all-time goalscoring table with 72

The situation worsened for Lazio when Francesco Acerbi scored a disastrous 47th minute counter-goal to bring the score to 4-0

But Joaquin Correa managed to pull one off for the hosts moments later as the game ended 4-1

This marked another great performance from teenager Musiala, who left Chelsea academy for Bayern in 2019

But now there is an international battle for its future, with England and Germany desperate for the ace to represent them

He made his U21 Three Lions debut in November, scoring against Albania in his second appearance

The Wonderkid is set to accept a senior appeal from Joachim Low next month ahead of his debut

Germany’s next three games will be the World Cup qualifiers against Iceland, Romania and North Macedonia, meaning Musiala could never play for England if he showed up

Musiala is also said to be on the verge of signing a new deal with Bayern, ending any rumors he will join Manchester United

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