Feb 23, 2021
Jamal Musiala, 17, shows why England are so desperate to get him with brilliant Champions League strike for Bayern
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JAMAL MUSIALA showed why England boss Gareth Southgate is desperate to nab him from Germany’s grasp after scoring a brilliant strike for Bayern Munich against Lazio.
What a finish from 17-year-old Jamal Musiala for Bayern! ????
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Alphonso Davies started the move with a fine run before passing into midfield.
Musiala received the ball on the edge of the penalty area before driving low past Lazio goalie Pepe Reina.
His strike added to Robert Lewandowski’s 9th minute opener in Rome.
And Leroy Sane put Bayern in total control with a 42nd minute effort for 3-0.
Francesco Acerbi then scored a calamitous own-goal in the 47th minute to make it 4-0.
But Joaquin Correa did manage to pull one back for the hosts moments later.
It marked another fine performance from teenager Musiala, who left Chelsea’s academy for Bayern in 2019.
But there is now an international battle for his future, with England and Germany both desperate for the ace to represent them.
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Musiala was born in Germany but spent most of his childhood in England.
He made his Three Lions U21s debut in November, scoring against Albania on his second appearance.
And England gaffer Southgate is said to be a huge fan.
However, reports claim Musiala has decided he is going to play for Germany instead.
The wonderkid is expected to accept a senior call-up from Joachim Low next month ahead of his debut.
Germany’s next three games are World Cup qualifiers against Iceland, Romania and North Macedonia, meaning Musiala would be unable to ever play for England should he make his bow.
Musiala is also reportedly close to signing a new Bayern deal, ending any rumours of him joining Manchester United.Watch ex-Chelsea wonderkid Jamal Musiala become second youngest goalscorer in Germany's third tier with brace for Bayern Munich II vs FSV Zwickau
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LA Teachers Warn Of Possible Strike If LAUSD Returns To Class In April
UTLA, the union representing LAUSD teachers, has maintained that three conditions must be met before its teachers can safely return to school: teachers must have the opportunity to be fully vaccinated, LA County must move into the red tier, and certain safety protocols need to be in place.READ MORE: Police: Face Coverings Helping Thieves Blend In, Fueling Crimes Of Opportunity Like Beverly Hills Robbery
But some still don’t believe they’ll be ready to go back in April.
“Tons of our students have lost family members,” said teacher Sandra Ruiz-Chau. “I know one of my freshmen has lost her father, her uncle, her grandma, and her aunt in the last six months.”
“I don’t know how clean it is. I don’t know if they have the PPE. I don’t know if they have extra staff to clean the classrooms, ” Nancy Rattner, another LAUSD teacher, said. “Also, we don’t know how many students will be in the classroom, because I am used to having 40 to 45 students in my class.”
The UTLA ballot reads: “A yes vote means you agree with the UTLA leadership…To resist a forced return to school sites until the 3 conditions…Have been met” and “A no vote means you are willing to physically return to your school under unsafe conditions…”READ MORE: LAX Seeing Noticeable Uptick In Travelers Ahead Of Spring Break Though Travel Advisory Remains In Effect
Renee Bailey, who has two children in LAUSD schools, has helped organize a “return to campus” protest next weekend in Watts.
“The way the questions are presented is almost like your best choice in this union is to vote with us and say yes,” said Bailey. “It was the science that told us we need to go home and quarantine, but now the science is telling us we can go back in the classroom.”
Bailey has a kindergarten daughter and a middle school son with special needs.
“There is a lot of regression that I am noticing,” she said. “Increase self harm. This morning, bed wetting- something he has never done before.”MORE NEWS: She Represents Love And Light: Dolly Parton Mural On Wall Of Costa Mesa Bar Nearly Complete
CBSLA’s Kristine Lazar reached out to the district and UTLA for comment on the poll and a possible return to school next month but there was no immediate response.