Entertainment Five stars are missing in Bavaria's final training

14:05  24 november  2020
14:05  24 november  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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At FC Bayern, not all men are on board during the final training before the Salzburg game. Alphonso Davies is taking the next steps.

Fünf Stars fehlen in Bayerns Abschlusstraining © Provided by sport1.de Five stars missing in Bayern's final training session

Five stars from FC Bayern Munich were missing in the final training session before the game against RB Salzburg in the Champions League.

As the German record champions announced, Corentin Tolisso, Joshua Kimmich, Lucas Hernández, Bouna Sarr and Alphonso Davies were not part of the complete team training.

While Kimmich is still suffering from the consequences of his meniscus operation, Sarr is struggling with muscular problems. The right-back only ran on the next court on Tuesday, as did Hernández, who had to be replaced against Werder Bremen with a bruised pelvis.

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Corentin Tolisso (muscular problems) also ran laps around the pitch while the fit players sprinted.

Davies took the next step after his ankle injury. After the Canadian had already put in an easy running unit on Monday , further various running and coordination exercises followed on Tuesday morning, with which he continued his build-up program.

The left-back suffered the injury a month ago in the home game against Eintracht Frankfurt (5: 0) shortly after kick-off without any opposing influence. Bayern coach Hansi Flick expected a downtime of "six to eight weeks".

According to the club, it is still open when Davies can return to team training.

At 1.30 p.m., Hansi Flick will provide information on the fitness level of his stars in his press conference that accompanies SPORT1 in the LIVETICKER .

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