Mushalla: I often watch the highlights of Messi and Neymar, and my parents taught me to be a down-to-earth person

January 19, Bayern star Mushala said in an interview with the Bundesliga official website,
He has always been confident in himself.
And said that participating in the World Cup is a wonderful experience.
When talking about his idol, Musiala said that he often watches the highlights of Messi and Neymar.
In the end, Mushalla said that his parents passed on correct values to him during the growth process, making him the down-to-earth person he is now.

Talk about how he always maintains his confidence

Musiala: “I’ve always had confidence in myself and I know I can score goals and assist. I just have to keep working hard and be as efficient as possible. When I get chances, I have to take them as best I can.”

“Confidence is something I’ve always had. I just had that belief in myself, but I can’t tell you exactly where that belief came from. It’s always been with me, I’ve carried it with me through the years.”

Talk about the experience of participating in the World Cup

Musiala: “Playing in the World Cup is an amazing feeling, it’s a dream of mine. It’s not exactly the result I want, but I will take it as a way forward and hope to learn from it.”

talk about getting back into the game

Musiala: “We’ve had a break now, we haven’t played together for a while, so it’s important that we get off to a good start, do the right things and pick up where we left off. The important thing is
We’re going to win this game and carry that momentum into the next game.”

Talk about playing against Leipzig Red Bull

Musiala: “We saw their quality, so we definitely wanted to win that game and consolidate our lead in the table.”

In terms of dribbling and technology, who is his idol?

Musiala: “Growing up, I watched a lot of clips of Messi and Neymar. I was always amazed how they dribbled the ball and it was always fun to watch them play.”

talk bellingham

Musiala: “He’s an amazing player. He has a lot of confidence in himself and you can see in the game how he tries to lead the team and how eager he is to win games.
Scoring goals and also defending well, he’s an all-around fantastic player.”

On the move to Bayern and how he has adapted

Musiala: “The only thing that was easy was that I already spoke German and I had lived in Germany before, but at first it was not easy for me to adapt to the whole change.”

“It took me a while to really get used to it because all my friends and everyone came back to England. I played for Chelsea for eight years and then went to a whole new country and I needed time to get used to it. But after a while
time, I feel comfortable.”

Talk about being a down-to-earth person

Musiala: “It probably has something to do with the way I was brought up and maybe also thanks to my parents who taught me these values growing up. It’s hard for me to show any difference, I just try to be me
Myself, no matter what happens, I’m going to stick to that.”