Bayern star Alphonso Davies snaps at Canada goal

Surprise in the World Cup qualification: Canada surprisingly beats the long-term rival USA. Alphonso Davies was not there. The Bayern star still went crazy at home.

These scenes show pure emotion: Bayern’s Alphonso Davies commented on the game between the USA and his home country Canada on the Twitch streaming platform on Sunday evening. Sitting calmly in the chair at first, he suddenly freaked out when Sam Adekugbe ran the ball on goal to make it 2-0 in added time.

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The Bayern star jumped out of his chair, yelled “Go on” over and over again and then repeated “It’s over” a few times. In fact, the game was then blown and the Canadians were declared the winners. You have come a little closer to the World Cup ticket and now have 22 points in your account.

“Develop us into a football country”

The USA are second on 18 points ahead of Mexico, who are now level on points and who played Costa Rica (0-0) on Sunday. Canada coach John Herdman said after the game: “We are becoming a footballing country.” With the success, Canada fueled a lot of self-confidence on the way to their first World Cup participation since 1986. Four games are still left for the leaders. Davies was absent due to heart muscle inflammation (Read more about this here).

In sub-zero temperatures in Hamilton (Ontario), Besiktas striker Cyle Larin (7th) scored early for the hosts. It was Larin’s 23rd goal in 47 international appearances, making the 26-year-old Canada’s record goalscorer. Adekugbe (90+5) increased shortly before the end.

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The USA, with the two Bundesliga pros Tyler Adams (RB Leipzig) and Chris Richards (TSG Hoffenheim) in the starting line-up, had a great chance to equalize after a corner in the 48th minute. But Weston McKennie’s header was denied by the excellent Canadian goalkeeper Milan Borjan.

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