Canadian Alfonso Davis looked dangerous returning from injury on Wednesday when defending champions Bayern Munich snatched the Champions League group A lomotiv Moscow 2-0 in a play.
Oct. Oct. of Better, Edmonton. In the 24th, Intrach tore the ankle ligament in front of Frankfurt. He turned an ugly ankle just 55 seconds after kick-off in a Bundesliga match at the Allianz Arena in Munich.
Davis came close to scoring the game’s first goal in the 39th minute on Wednesday when he had a low cross by Thomas Mલરller through traffic. But Mલરller’s shot was just wide.
At 57, Davis picked up Serge Gnabri with another full pass. The German international had two cracks on goal but was stopped by the Brazilian-born Russian goalkeeper Gilherm of the locomotive.
Davis Douglas was also involved in the formation of Costa Corner, who scored the opening goal for Bayern in the 63rd minute through Nicklas Sule.
The young Canadian gave way to French international Lucas Hernandez in the 69th minute. Cameroon international Eric Maxim Chopo-Moting scored Bayern’s second goal in the 80th minute.
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It was the 10th game in the Champions League for Davis, the fourth among Canadians in that category. Basketball midfielder Etiba Hutchinson leads the 19th Champions League, followed by Red Star Belgrade goalkeeper Milan Borjan (14) and retired Four Tomas R Rad Dinski (12).
Davis, who has won 17 caps for Canada with five goals, has become the face of Canadian soccer abroad – along with women captain Christine Sinclair. On Tuesday, he was declared the co-winner of the Toronto Star’s Lou Lou Marsh Trophy with Kansas City Chiefs’ offensive lineman Lure Rent Duverne-Tardiff.
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Davis joined Bayern from the Vancouver Whitecaps to record the then-MLS’s 22 22-million transfer. The deal was done in July 2018 but Davis ended the MLS season before joining Bayern in January 2019.
Since then, he has turned his head with his speed and ability to make attacks with fullbacks.
Bayern (5-0-1) had already qualified for the knockout stage of the European Club Championship. Finished below the locomotive (0-3-3) group.
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