October 26, 2021

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UPDATE: Alfonso Davis Misses 6-8 Weeks After Severe Ankle Injury vs Eintracht

UPDATE: Alfonso Davis Misses 6-8 Weeks After Severe Ankle Injury vs Eintracht

Confirmed: Davis will lose 6-8 weeks due to tendon damage

Bayern Munich Confirmed Our fear: Alfonso Davis has a ligament injury to his right ankle and will lose 6-8 weeks as he recovers from the injury.

Hansie Flick said, “He has a tendon injury. A ligament is torn, a ligament is partially torn. We estimate it will be six to eight weeks. “Davis’ loss is clearly a blow:” When a player of this quality runs out, it hurts, “Flick said.

Time of Injury I saw Davis last in 2020.


Alfonso Davis Severe roll to the ankle in the second minute Bayern MunichMatch against Eintracht Frankfurt. He twisted his right ankle without any contact from another player and immediately went to the ground in a lot of pain.

Also Bayern MunichVarious social media representatives are aware of the severity of the injury, judging by their immediate reactions:

Florian Plattenberg of Sport 1 writes,

Looked and felt bad: Alfonso Davis twists his right ankle without contact. Mల్లెller immediately called the doctors: “Ankle!” Hernandez falls. Recover Quickly!

This is Davis’ first start since playing FC Durn from Division 5 in the first round of DFB-Focal on 15 October, with Lucas Hernandez playing left-back in the last two games Armenia Bielefeld In the Bundesliga and Atletico Madrid In Champions League.

Hernandez wore his jersey and entered the game immediately after helping Bayern’s physio Davis get off the pitch.

We hear from the club one day about the extent of the injury. If Davis tears a ligament as Kingsley Common did (Injury history at Transformark), He needs about 80 days or two and a half to three months to recover.

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Bayern: Davis is the second serious ankle injury to hit a young man Armindo Sib also suffered a similar injury For the first time with FC Duren.

Get well soon Fonzi!