Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies had a very solid showing during the team’s 3-0 victory over SC Freiburg.
Afterward, Davies synched up with ESPN correspondent Archie Rhind-tutt to talk Leroy Sané’s current form, Kingsley Coman’s intent on his first goal, Arjen Robben (!?), and a whole lot more:
Davies was not done there, however. The Canadian star also touched on the recent statements made by Manchester United coach Erik ten Hag, who said that Davies was not a “great defender”:
Aside of his occasional issues with defensive positioning and awareness, Davies has also come under criticism for losing possession too many times. Given that Bayern Munich pitched a shutout — and that Davies only lost the ball nine times over the course of the match — you could say the Canadian is absorbing some of that criticism and working to improve those parts of his game.
Like any great player, Davies appears to be making adjustments.
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