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Getting Real With Alphonso Davies: How The Young Star Overcame Self-Doubt

“It’s the ones with the strongest mentality who make it.”

This was the quote that kept Alphonso Davies in the game. The Canadian star began gaining traction when he became the second-youngest player to play in MLS at the age of 15. Then, when he was 18, Davies completed a record-breaking transfer to Bayern Munich.

But his life hasn't always been studded in glory. Davies opened up about this in an article called "Moving Past The Doubt." In it, we see where the phenom started. 

The Alcohol You've Been Consuming This Season Based On The Team You Support

Having a beverage while watching sports is a tradition unlike any other. The performance of the team you’re supporting can be a large factor for what and how much you’re drinking. This list covers some of the top teams in Europe and what you’ve been drinking for the past several months based on who you support.

Top 10 Best Soccer Defenders Right Now As We Speak

Making the list of the top 10 best soccer defenders at this very moment in time proved to be somewhat difficult, partly because of our worldwide pandemic and because defenders hardly get any love. And as a defender myself, I can confirm that. 

Four Months Later, We Now Know What The Champions League Quarterfinals Will Look Like

Bayern Munich will face Barcelona or Napoli in the quarterfinals of the Champions League, if it can defend its three goal lead against Chelsea in its last-16, second-leg game.

The Champions League will resume in August after being halted in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic with a 'Final Eight' tournament being held in Lisbon after the remaining second-leg games from the last 16 ties are decided.

Mario Gómez Bows Out With A Goal As Stuttgart Returns To The Bundesliga

Former Germany international Mario Gómez called time on a distinguished career on Sunday after helping VfB Stuttgart secure promotion back to the Bundesliga. 

Gómez, a product of the Stuttgart academy, bids farewell as the fourth-highest goalscorer in club history with 110. In his second full season with the first team back in 2006-07, he scored 14 goals in 25 league appearances to lead the club to its first Bundesliga title in 15 years. 

American Chris Richards Makes Bayern Munich Debut As Lewandowski Sets Another Scoring Record

BERLIN — Robert Lewandowski struck twice as champions Bayern Munich eased past Freiburg 3-1 on Saturday to secure a record 15th win in a row and the Pole became the first foreign player to score 33 goals in a Bundesliga season.

Additionally, 20-year-old American defender Chris Richards made his Bayern Munich debut, becoming the first American to play for the German giant since Landon Donovan.

Alphonso Davies Sets Bundesliga Speed Record, Gets Sent Off As Bayern Wins Title

Bayern Munich won a record eighth straight Bundesliga title on Tuesday, beating Werder Bremen 1-0. That wasn’t a surprise. What was a surprise was the record-breaking Alphonso Davies speed recorded during the match.

Leon Goretzka Knows He Better Listen When Lewandowski Says Get Out Of The Way

Leon Goretzka had already scored once, a well-taken strike from the edge of the box. With a chance to double his tally, he suddenly ducked out of the way of a header. 

It was, of course, the correct decision.

Goretzka dropped his head at the last second to allow Robert Lewandowski to head home his 30th goal of the Bundesliga campaign as Bayern Munich shook off an early deficit to score four straight on the way to a 4-2 victory at BayArena on Saturday.

Footballers Have Responsibility To Actively Oppose Racism, Says Joshua Kimmich

Football players have to acknowledge their responsibility as role models and take a stand against racism, Bayern Munich midfielder Joshua Kimmich has said.

Kimmich was speaking following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis last week. Floyd's death has triggered a wave of outrage and protests in the United States.

Bayern Munich Puts Five Past Dusseldorf; Four Are Must-See Finishes

The well-worn cliché in England states that league titles are captured by winning games on your worst days. In Germany, Bayern Munich claims titles by demoralizing opponents on its best days.

Bayern looked well on its way to an eighth straight Bundesliga championship with a 5-0 win over Fortuna Düsseldorf on Saturday at Allianz Arena. The German giants never let up the pressure against relegation-threatened Fortuna, squeezing the life out of the visitors for 90 minutes.