Alphonso Davies

Alphonso Davies Set To Miss Time With Heart Condition; WCQ vs. USA In Doubt

MUNICH, Germany — Bayern Munich keeper Manuel Neuer and winger Leroy Sané are among several players to return for Saturday's trip to Cologne in the Bundesliga but Alphonso Davies will be out for some time with a heart muscle inflammation, said coach Julian Nagelsmann.

The league leaders suffered a 2-1 loss to Borussia Moenchengladbach last week which allowed Borussia Dortmund to close in to within six points. They now want to bounce back as players return following a string of COVID-19 infections.

10 Stats That Go A Long Way Towards Explaining The 2021-22 Season So Far

STATS! They can be used in all manner of ways. In the right hands, they can provide you with some excellent insight into the best women's goalkeepers in the world right now. In the wrong hands, you end up with some diabolical shitposting that's effectively ESPN FC's Twitter account. 

Canada 2, Mexico 1: The Snowbank Celly Heard Round The World

Over halfway through Concacaf World Cup qualifying and only one nation remains unbeaten: table-topping Canada, which began this entire cycle ranked 73rd in the world and needing to navigate beyond Suriname in the first round and Haiti in the second to even be present in the Octagonal.

Alphonso Davies Was So Good Last Night That Even Drake Was Left Stunned

Everyone is well-versed in Alphonso Davies’ game-changing pace and ability to dice any defender on the planet off the dribble, but it’s his increasing effectiveness in the final third that makes the 20-year-old standout as one of football’s brightest talents.

That’s not to say it’s a new development in his game. At the tender age of 17 Davies was already one of Major League Soccer’s most devastating players in attack, scoring eight goals and providing 10 assists in 31 games to help facilitate his $11 million move to Bayern. (He’s now valued at $155 million.)

There’s A Top-Of-The-Table Clash In The Bundesliga On Sunday

BERLIN - Bayer Leverkusen are enjoying a three-game winning run in the Bundesliga and could not have hoped for a better time to meet champions Bayern Munich in Sunday's top-of-the-table clash.

Leverkusen have been superb this season, showing consistency and playing an exciting, attacking brand of football under their new Swiss coach Gerardo Seoane as they prepare to host a Bayern side who lead the table only on goal difference.

Alphonso Davies, 20, Became Canada’s All-Time Assists Leader With Lovely Dime At Azteca

Alphonso Davies is still a few weeks shy of his 21st birthday, but the he’s already a full-grown footballer on the pitch. A star in the Bundesliga for Bayern Munich, he’s quickly become the most important player on Canada’s men’s national team. On Thursday, during his first trip to the famed Azteca Stadium, he set a Canadian record, becoming the team’s all-time assists leader in just his 26th cap.

Sabor Amargo En El Azteca: Las Calificaciones Del Tri En El Empate Ante Canadá

El plan era que el retorno del público a un partido del Tri en el Estadio Azteca fuera una fiesta. Sin embargo, Canadá convirtió la velada en una ensalada de frustraciones. La Hoja de Maple sigue sin ganarle a México en partidos eliminatorios, pero el 1-1 final dejó a todos con sabor a bilis en la boca.

El Gran Desafío Del Tri Ante Canadá: Detener Al Hombre De Los 77 Millones De Dólares

Noche de fútbol en el Estadio Azteca. La selección mexicana enfrentará esta noche a Canadá en el inicio de una nueva triple fecha de eliminatorias rumbo a Catar 2022, con la misión de conseguir la victoria número 30 en la era de Gerardo Martino, mantenerse al tope de la tabla de la Concacaf y acercarse un poquito más al ansiado mundial. 

La historia da una dosis de confianza al Tri, ya que nunca perdió un partido clasificatorio ante la Hoja de Maple. El registro marca 12 enfrentamientos, con nueve triunfos mexicanos y tres empates.

Look Away Barça Fans: This Bayern Defeat Was Even Uglier Than The 8-2

Exactly 13 months after Barcelona suffered ultimate humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich, the Blaugrana welcomed Die Roten to the Camp Nou to open Group E play in the Champions League. Based solely on scores, Barcelona improved by three goals, but it looked so much worse in doing so. At one point, Serge Gnabry took pity on his defender and kicked the ball out of bounds.