Among the few athletes of Canada in action during the pandemic of sars coronavirus, the soccer player Alphonso Davies never ceases to win the hearts of new supporters.
Carrying the colors of Bayern Munich, in the Bundesliga, Davies has still scored a goal Saturday in a victory of 5 to 0, his own against Dusseldorf.
The official Twitter account of Canada Soccer, moreover, has not failed to commemorate the achievement with an excerpt of the thread in question.
The success of Davies, in the 52nd minute, came after the young Canadian of 19 years has shown perseverance in its struggle for the ball. He then cleverly housed the ball behind the goalkeeper Florian Kastenmeier.
“Davies has shined when he grabbed the ball on the edge of the penalty area before dodging three defenders”, a-t-it describes, on the website of Bayern.
Robert Lewandowski, with a doubled, and Benjamin Pavard had earlier hit the target for Bayern, while Dusseldorf was first marked in his own net in the beginning of the meeting.
Davies, who now has three goals this season, has not finished to attract attention. With this victory, Bayern (21-4-4) is getting closer to an eighth consecutive title in the Bundesliga. The formation of Munich, who has 67 points in 29 games, has provisionally 10 points ahead in the standings on Dortmund.
Before making the jump into Germany, Davies has worn the colours of Vancouver Whitecaps fc in Major League Soccer. The player of liberian origin, who grew up in the Edmonton area, had been transferred from Vancouver to Munich in 2018 for an amount of 22 million us dollars.