SINSHEIM, Germany – Canadian Teenager Alfonso Davies watched the bank Friday as Beijing Munich defeated TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 3-1 to sign Bundesliga return to action after its traditional winter break.
Famous Davies & # 39; possible participation with a pre-game tweet showing his No. 19 jersey hanging in a locker-room stall. The caption, accompanied by an extra dramatic music, read "It All Get Really For Phonzi."
But the six-time defending German champions have chosen to keep the Canadian side on the sidelines, bringing Sergeant Annabelle, James Rodriguez and Jerome Boateng instead of the second half.
The 18-year-old dives including Bavaria from the Vancouver White Cups in a MLS record breaking US $ 5,000. There. The $ 22 million deal is scheduled for July 2023. The deal was completed in July, but the MLS ended its MLS season before joining Bayern this month.
The beautifull starting 11 of the featured six German internships, two from Spain and one from Austria, France and Poland. Davies joined the bank by internationally from Brazil, Colombia, Germany and Portugal.
Leon Gerhardt was second-in-charge and Robert Lviv was added late in his career in Bezzer arena. Nico Hools said he was hopeful, which was more threatening in physical second half.
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Bayern was close in the 28 minutes on a goal-scramble off a corner but goalkeeper Oliver got a hand to the ball before defender mites the hammer could not hack it across the line. Soon after, Bauman daved to deny a goretzka dish.
Contribute to Bevery in the 34 minutes. Baddan acrobatically stopped Lewandowski's header, off a nice circle of Kingsley, but the rebound was equal to Goretzka, who beat it with his left foot – with the help of a small deflection off a defender.
At Bayern Munich, 2-0 at the first-half stop-off time on a rapid-fire counter-attack after a hop-off angle. Three passes later, a sliding Goretzka got a foot to David Alaba's sweeping circle and hit Bauman.
The two sides begin early chances in the second half. A deposit turnover of 53 minutes forced Atbuen's Hunter Manuel Neuer into action, making a bridge on Brazilian delicacy.
Schulz put Hoffenheim on the board in the 59 minutes, copying a counter attack from a donation corner with a sweet left-footed shot from the edge of the penalty box.
Neighbor has highlighted a coil saving off-range header in the 84th minute the offside flag goes up. Levandowski made it 3-1 in the 87 minutes, knocking in a Thomas Muller craze.
At Matchday 18 in second place in standings, five points behind Borussia Dortmund. Hopefully, seventh
Niko Kovac's team won five straight Bundesliga matches and was unbeaten in the six prior to the winter break. Friday's game was 27 days after beauties completed the first half of the 3-0 win in the wire race.
Davies started last Sunday in the Baitou's penalty shootout win over Borussia Manengladbach at the end of the Telecom Cup, a four-team competition held in the winter.
He was a member of the Waiklong Ward camp in Doha.
Davies was seen as part of Bavaria's youth movement. The 11th of January had an average age of 27.4 and that was without injured Dutch international Arjen Robben (who turns 35 on Jan. 23) and French international Franck Ribery (35).
Davies has made nine appointments for Canada with three goals and four assists. In December, he was the youngest winner of the Canadian Men's Soccer Player for the Year Award.
He goes into the deep-frost of such a Canadian International Canadian as Paul Stilty, Kevin McKenna, Rob Friends, Olivier Oksean, Simon Jackson, Marcel de Jong, Julian de Guysman, and Daniel Hughes in Bundesliga action.
Stalteri, in his debut for Werder Bremen on August 12, 2000, was the first Canadian to score in Bundesliga. McNa and Calgary Native Ovarian Harvests, who played internationally for England, made Bundesliga debuts the same day.
In 2003-2004, the title of the Bundesliga League and German Cup was won.
Davis finished his military campaign with eight goals and 11 assists. He was a commissioner's pick for the August all-star Atlanta game, where he became the fourth-youngest player to appear in the game.
Davies was the first time in this league to be completed in debut (123, a MLS record) and third in the debut (224).
Born in a Republic camp in Ghana after his parents fled the Liberian civil war, Davies ended in Edmonton after his family immigrated to Canada. He joined the WeatherCaps Residential Program in 2015, working his way up the ranks to make his MLS debut in July 2016.
He was 15 at the time, the second youth player in league history – Ultra American Freddie Adu – and the first born in the 2000s.
Bayern returns to fight on Jan. 27 against WFB Stuttgart.