From Playing in MLS Division II, Meet Alphonso Davies, The Key to Bayern’s ‘Electric’ Defending

Winning the Bundesliga did not just show their superiority, but an 8-2 demolition was enough to show Bayern Munich are seriously playing in another world of their own. A team coached by their former player, Hensi Flick, is one of the most dangerous when it comes to the attacking department.

Bayern Munich are not just blessed when going forward, but are also blessed from the back as 19-years-old Alphonso Boyle Davies as showed why he is the youngest player to play for the Canadian men’s national team.

Alphonso Davies only got his Canadian citizenship on June 6, 2017, after his family moved to Canada when he was just 5. Born November 2, 2000, to Liberian parents in Buduburam, a refugee camp in Gomoa East District Ghana, signed for Bayern Munich in 2019, after 3 successful seasons with MLS side, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, where he made 69 appearances, scoring 8 goals.

Just like every other teenager, Davies, is in a relationship with Canadian female football player, Jordyn Huitema since 2017. In September 2019, Davies got fined €20,000 by Bayern for arriving late for training, after it was discovered that he went to visit Huitema.

Davies whose pace, dribbling skills, and eye for goal speaks great of him, could be seen as the next heir to the throne to Alaba’s greatness. As the world watches Davies, the youngster eyes his first Champions League glory with Bayern Munich.

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