On Tuesday, Davies helped his side win a vital victory over Borussia Dortmund. As Bayern defeated the Bundesliga’s second-placed team 1-0 thanks to a Joshua Kimmich goal before half-time.
On Tuesday Alphonso helped his side win a vital victory
Bayern Munich player Alphonso Davies admitted that he often relies on his speed to help him out, as he continues to learn the left position. On Tuesday, Davies helped his side win a vital victory over Borussia Dortmund. As Bayern defeated the Bundesliga’s second-placed team 1-0 thanks to a Joshua Kimmich goal before half-time. One of the distinguished moments in the game came in the first half when Davies used his brilliant pace. Chasing the Dortmund star Erling Haaland and refuse him clear chances on goal. Davies admitted that he had so many reasons to catch up because he was caught out of position. And he was happy to have the pace needed to catch up with another speedy player in Haaland.”
A giant step towards the next title
“Obviously, as a young player, I get a lot out of position, and I’m happy to have the speed that I have,” Davies told the Bundesliga. “That is a factor in my game, which I use very well, but I think that I will learn more about my position over the years going forward with this team. It’s better to position it so that it doesn’t look like I’ve left areas just running away as fast as I can catch up. “Davies joined Bayern Munich from Vancouver Whitecaps last season, with the teenager, had made his name with his MLS club and Canada as a winger. However, Davies has strengthened his position on the left flank this season, earning himself always present with the Bundesliga champions as they strive for the eighth consecutive German crown.
On Tuesday, the victory led them to take a giant step towards the next title. As now Bayern has an advantage of seven points over Dortmund. Davies form this season has seen him garner praise from around the world of football and was no exception on Tuesday, as the 19-year-old was again impressed. His team-mate Thomas Müller was blown up at his own pace, calling him FC Bayern Road Runner after he chased down Haaland. Romelu Lukaku joined the praise in his way, merely labeling Davis “fast as f*ck,” while Declan Rice added: “I wish I had the pace of Alphonso Davies.”