Canadian star Alphonso Davies suffers hamstring strain, ‘not in danger’ of missing World Cup


Bayern Munich says Alphonso Davies’ damage shouldn’t be as dangerous as initiThe 22-year-old Davies suffered what Bayern stated Sunday was a “hamstring pressure” in the workforce’s 3-2 win at Hertha Berlin in the Bundesliga on Saturday. He’ll miss Bayern’s final two remaining video games earlier than the winter break however ought to return in time for feared and that his participation in the World Cup for Canada is “not in danger.”

Bayern stated its medical division confirmed the prognosis and “the Canada worldwide’s participation in the World Cup in Qatar shouldn’t be in danger.”

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Davies leaves Bayern Munich match with hamstring damage

Canadian soccer star Alphonso Davies left Bayern’s match towards Hertha Berlin in the sixty fourth minute after pulling up with a proper hamstring damage.

Canada has World Cup warmups towards Bahrain in Manama on Nov. 11 and Japan in Dubai on Nov. 17.

It can be challenged from the beginning on the event in Qatar, the place the workforce faces Belgium on Nov. 23, then Croatia on Nov. 27 and Morocco on Dec. 1.

Davies, who can play on the wing or at left again, has began all however one of Bayern’s 13 Bundesliga video games this season, and he performed in all however one of the workforce’s Champions League video games. He has 12 targets in 35 video games for Canada.

Canada will virtually definitely be with out goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau, nonetheless, as he badly injured his leg whereas committing a red-card foul in additional time of Los Angeles FC’s win over Philadelphia in the MLS Cup remaining on Saturday.

The 28-year-old Quebec native was a candidate for taking part in time in Canada’s aim in Qatar, however he charged into Philadelphia’s Cory Burke to disclaim him a transparent path to a possible late go-ahead aim. Crepeau’s teammates rallied to win his first MLS title with out him, tying the sport 3-3 on Gareth Bale’s 128th-minute aim earlier than beating the Union 3-0 on penalty kicks.

Crepeau began 5 World Cup qualifiers for Canada. Red Star Belgrade’s Milan Borjan began 14, and Minnesota’s Dayne St. Clair began one.


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