FC Bayern had a positive news despite the bitter 0: 1 outskirts of the FC Villarreal on Wednesday evening. Alphonso Davies played after surviving heart muscle inflammation his first game since December and played over 90 minutes. However, he made for a frightening moment.
Just before the end, the young Canadian got an obviously harder blow against his head. Sightly dazed, Davies sank to the ground and initially stayed with pain-distorted face on the grass in the Estadio de la Cerámica of Villarreal.
Robert Lewandowski hurried to the 21-year-old, signaled towards the Medical Department of Bayern, that Davies need a treatment.
Shortly after the end of the game, however, the all-clear could be given. Davies felt short-term shaky after the collision, but had quickly overcome the torque.
The "picture" reported that the situation around Davies was harmless. With his heart muscle inflammation, the incident had nothing to do.
Nagelsmann stressed: Davies "still needs time"
Although Bavaria's head coach Julian Nagelsmann exhibited his left-back a decent testimony for his first performance after the comeback, but at the same time emphasized on the PK after the Champions League game: "It was obvious that he still needs time. He will need some time to find his rhythm. But he is physically in good shape. "
Until his month-long failure after the myocarditis disease, Davies was absolutely set among Nagelsmann at the German record champion. In the current season, the arrow-fast left footed has shown 24 mandatory games for Bayern. However, Davies is still waiting for his first goal this season.