Sport FC Bayern Munich - Alphonso Davies with a clear message: "My skin color is not a weapon"
After summer mistake and Pavard breakdown: Goretzka scores 2-1
FC Bayern saved themselves on the day of the postponed championship thanks to Leon Goretzka to a victory against Borussia Mönchengladbach. Without the yellow-barred Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller, the 25-year-old made the German soccer champion's late relief 2: 1 (1: 1). On Tuesday, Munich could complete the eighth title in a row with a threesome at Werder Bremen, after it could not be celebrated by Borussia Dortmund's 1-0 win at Fortuna Düsseldorf on Saturday.
Alphonso Davies from Bundesliga club FC Bayern Munich is currently the big shooting star of the Bundesliga. In the exclusive Sky interview, the Bayern defender commented on the Black Lives Matter initiative: "My skin color is not a weapon. When people see me, they shouldn't be afraid to come up to me and say 'Hello'. It's just a very sensitive issue and not easy to talk about. All I want to say is that my main color is not a crime - it is not a weapon. "
The 19-year-old continued: "Personally, I have not yet experienced a lot of racism in my life and I am very grateful for it." Nevertheless, he has a clear message: "If you have already experienced this, I would just like to say: I sympathize with you and understand what you have to go through."
Davies was used 28 times for Bayern in the Bundesliga this season. He scored three goals and four assists.
FC Bayern Munich: Halil Altintop becomes assistant coach of the U16 .
© Getty Images Former Bundesliga professional Halil Altintop will be working in the youth division of the German record champions Bayern Munich from next season. As the Munich team announced on Friday, the brother of the former Bayern player Hamit will become Alexander Moj's new assistant coach in the U16.