Canada star Alphonso Davies left Bayern Munich’s sport at Hertha Berlin on Saturday with an apparent leg injury.
The 22-year-old fullback from Edmonton limped off within the 63rd minute, holding the again of his proper leg.
Davies appeared to get damage when he lunged at Hertha Berlin striker Marco Richter in a bid to get the ball. He finally ended his chase, pulling up whereas holding the again of his leg. He regarded uncomfortable as he walked off the sphere accompanied by Bayern trainers.
Bayern supervisor Julian Nagelsmann mentioned in his post-match information convention he would know extra Sunday on the extent of Davies’ injury.
Canada, ranked forty first on the planet, opens its World Cup marketing campaign Nov. 23 in opposition to No. 2 Belgium in Qatar.
Davies has had his share of accidents over the past 12 months.
He suffered a cranial bruise final month after taking a boot to the pinnacle in a sport at Borussia Dortmund in difficult Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham for the ball. Davies missed an ensuing midweek Champions League win over Czechia’s Viktoria Plzen however returned to motion the next weekend.
Davies was sidelined in early 2022 after growing signs of myocarditis, a gentle coronary heart situation, following a bout of COVID-19 contracted in the course of the Bundesliga winter break. He returned in early April after not having performed since mid-December.
Bayern (8-1-4) defeated Hertha Berlin 3-2 to maneuver atop the Bundesliga standings.
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