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Alphonso Davies declares himself ‘ready to start’ vs. Belgium after previous injury scare


Alphonso Davies declares himself ‘ready to start’ vs. Belgium after suffering a hamstring scare while with Bayern Munich, as left-back readies for first World Cup appearance

Canada star Alphonso Davies has declared himself fit for the Maple Leafs’ opening match of the World Cup vs. Belgium after suffering a previous injury scare on club duty.

Davies left Bayern Munich’s November 5 game vs. Hertha Berlin holding his hamstring after a non-contact injury, sparking concern that the 22-year-old would not be healthy for the tournament.

But in an interview with TSN…



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