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Alphonso Davies Hit A Top Speed Of 35.6 Km/H For Bayern Munich, He's A Human Cheat Code

Alphonso Davies Hit A Top Speed Of 35.6 Km/H For Bayern Munich, He's A Human Cheat Code

Alphonso Davies reportedly hit a top speed of 35.6 km/h during a breathtaking recovery run for Bayern Munich vs Arminia.

The Bundesliga leaders found themselves behind and just after the half hour mark, the away side were through on goal.

Davies, who is barely in-frame of the footage, busted a gut to get back and track his man and prevent a goal.

He did so successfully and mopped up any danger.

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Snow has hit parts of Germany in recent days and seeing Davies reach that raw speed in terrible conditions is ridiculous.

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Bayern salvaged a 3-3 draw and Davies even scored the equaliser in the second half with a lovely finish.

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The Polish international watched a floated ball from David Alaba glide into the box before taking control of the ball.

He delicately took it down on his chest before unleashing a thumping first-time effort with his right boot.

Arminia goalkeeper Stefan Ortega was rooted to the spot as Lewandowski reeled away in celebration.

Hansi Flick's side remain top and are five points ahead of RB Leipzig.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Football News, Football, ​Alphonso Davies, Bayern Munich, Take a bow, reactions, Bundesliga, Skills

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