Bayern Munich's illustrious talents, Alphonso Davies and Jamal Musiala, have found an engaging way to relax after their spirited matches every weekend, aiming to cement Bayern's dominance. Recently, these two football dynamos squared off in a playful 'Who Am I?' challenge.
The premise was straightforward: each player chose a personality for the other, and through yes/no questions, they tried to decipher the hidden identity. Interestingly, the iconic NBA superstar, Stephen Curry, was Davies' mystery figure.
To Musiala's astonishment, Davies, the vibrant Canadian wing-back, cracked the code in just a handful of questions, per official Bayern Munich sources. Such light-hearted moments off the pitch mirror the duo's synergy on it.
Bayern, Leverkusen Lead Bundesliga Charge
Taking a breather after a roaring commencement to the Bundesliga campaign, Davies and Musiala revel in Bayern's current standing. The German giants are dominating the league chart with a pristine record, sharing the top slot alongside arch-nemeses, Bayer Leverkusen.
Both teams have amped up their game, securing nine points from the first three encounters, marking an unblemished victory streak. However, not all news surrounding Bayern Munich and their prodigies has been jubilant. Young maestro Musiala faced an unfortunate setback, pulling out of the German national squad due to injury concerns.
Originally slated to be part of Hansi Flick's 24-player battalion for the friendly matches against Japan and France, Musiala will now miss these fixtures. Sources cite a troubling back injury as the reason for his absence, thus he didn't join the team at Wolfsburg.
This injury woe follows an earlier report by Sports Brief detailing Musiala's thigh muscle tear during a Bayern training session. Bayern's medical staff confirmed the severity of the injury, diagnosing him with a torn muscle fibre in his left thigh post-training.
As per the German press, this mishap could sideline Musiala for several weeks, casting a shadow on his participation in Bayern's forthcoming league fixtures and Germany's anticipated September friendlies.