FC Bayern Munich’s Alfonso Davies explains why his meeting with his Canadian compatriot and rap superstar Drake means more to him than an 8-2 win over Lionel Messi and FC Barcelona in the 2020 Champions League quarter-finals.
“I would call the meeting with Drake, because I have listened to him since I started listening to the music with which he played in the World Cup qualifiers in Costa Rica on Friday,” Davis told a news conference with the Canadian national team. Were .. “Drake is one of my idols and I love his music.”
Alfonso Davies wants to go to World Cup with Canada: “We have what it takes”
Talking about Messi, his performance was to play only against a six-time world footballer. “Unfortunately I can’t find his shirt. He may have passed the meeting with Drake,” joked the 21-year-old leftist.
As third in the CONCACAF qualifying group, Davis & Co currently have a good chance of leading Canada to a World Cup final for the first time since 1986. “The World Cup is one of the greatest things you can play for as a footballer. Anything can happen in the position we are in. We have what it takes to make it happen.”
The first three teams qualify directly for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Six match days after the final leg, Canada is behind the United States and Mexico and two points ahead of fourth-placed Panama, which can still secure a ticket to the World Cup through a playoff game.
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