Canada Football World Cup: Alphonso Davies will Miss Canada's next 3 World Cup
Posted by World Wide Tickets And Hospitality on January 18th, 2022
Alphonso Davies will miss Canada for the next three FIFA World Cup qualifiers after being diagnosed with myocarditis following his discovery by COVID-19, confirmed Canadian Footballer on Friday. The Canadian football star has been out for four weeks, a source confirmed to the Athletic, and has stopped training with Bayern Munich, according to manager Julian Nagelsmann.
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Davies, 21, has not played for his club team since discovering he has COVID-19 earlier this month. Alphonso Davies completed a routine medical examination at the club after recovering from the virus, which highlighted the symptoms of mild myocarditis. The news comes just two weeks before Canada plays three crucial FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers against Honduras on Jan. 27, the USA on Jan. 30, and El Salvador on Feb. 2.
Nagelsmann said Friday: Thursday, during the next test we performed on every athlete who has ever had COVID-19, we found symptoms of mild myocarditis, inflammation of the heart muscle. He has stopped exercising, for now, so he will not be available in the coming weeks. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.
This myocarditis is not the most amazing based on ultrasound, but it is just a symptom of inflammation. Still, it needs healing and no doubt it will take time. Nine Bayern Munich players were tested for COVID-19 in early January after a winter break in Germany. However, they are still playing Friday\'s game against Monchengladbach but lost 2-1.
Alphonso Davies is one of the stars of the Canada Football World Cup team that is on the verge of qualifying for this year\'s FIFA World Cup for the first time since 1986. The 21-year-old has 30 games to his name and has scored 10 goals for Canada. Canada has qualified for the final round of the Confederation of North, Central American, and Caribbean Association Football World Cup qualifiers in Qatar.
The top three teams in the top eight will enter the tournament, while the fourth-place team will advance to the play-offs. Canada has 16 points, Panama is fourth with 14 points and Costa Rica is fifth with nine. Each team has six games left to play in the next round, which is due to be completed by the end of March. The FIFA World Cup 2022 is scheduled for November 21 to December 18.
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