Alphonso Davies jumps to Bundesliga speed record then sees red, Bayern Munich clinch the title


Canadian starlet Alphonso Davies had another hectic outing for Bayern Munich on Tuesday as the Bavarian giants won an eighth Bundesliga title with a 1-0 victory at Werder Bremen.Davies was a rising star as Bayern stormed yet another championship. And the ex-Vancouver Endogenous Whitecaps product gave another vivid example of his athletic prowess in breaking the Bundesliga speed record with a sprint of 22.7 km / h. Who broke the 22.67 km / h mark set by Borussia Dortmund Achraf Hakimi earlier this season.

But Davies didn’t go all the way, having been sent for the first time in his senior career following a questionable second yellow card 11 minutes from the end.

Still, the decision couldn’t work which has been a season to remember for the 19-year-old. After the Whitecaps’ arrival in January 2019, Davies has established himself as the team’s regular Bayern regular this season. His rear-left performances have seen him compare favorably to the best in the world, in this position, and got rave reviews from opponents and teammates alike. Last month, Bayern ahead of Thomas Müller always considered Davies to be the Bayern roadrunner. ”

There could be more awards coming up for Davies, with Bayen in the DFB Pokal Finals and Davies shortlisted for the Italian newspaper Tuttosport’s annual Golden Boy Awards.


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