Alphonso Davies scored two goals on his return to Canada

This Thursday night is especially for Alphonso Davis and the Canada national football team. After seven months of absence, the Canadian winger was able to wear his country’s colors again to start playing in an official match. At the time, Davis was absent from the courts due to myocarditis that was discovered after beating the coronavirus.

The last time Davies played for the Canadian national football team was on November 16, the North American team’s 2-1 victory over Mexico, in a CONCACAF World Cup qualifier match.

On Thursday evening, Davis was the initiator in the Canada-Curacao match, In the context of the third round of the CONCACAF Nations League. Alfonso, who is also a Bayern Munich player, appeared in front of his fans at PC Place in Vancouver and received a standing ovation after his return to the team.

In fact, Alphonso Davies scored a double on his return with the Canadian national team, and his first goal came in the 27th minute with a penalty kick. This is how the side charges with an accuracy of eleven degrees. After 90 minutes, Canada won 4-0.

When is the next Canada match?

Those led by John Herdman will be back in action next Monday, June 13, when they play Round 4 of the CONCACAF Nations League, on their visit to Honduras at the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium.

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