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Alphonso Davies Hits Jamal Musiala With Snowball During Bayern Munich Training Session, Video
- Bayern Munich's Alphonso Davies had a little fun during a snow-affected training session
- Davies proved that he can also be a joker in the side, like Munich teammate Thomas Muller
- Munich's game against Union Berlin had to be postponed due to heavy snowfall in Germany
Bayern Munich certainly have a lot of entertaining characters on and off the field.
While Thomas Muller has proven over the years that he can be the life of the party, Alphonso Davies has also shown off his mischievous side.
The Canadian star is serious when he needs to be, but also knows how to have fun. The 23-year-old proved that recently when he had some fun at the expense of Jamal Musiala.
Despite heavy snowfall hitting parts of Germany, Bayern's stars were still in training for their upcoming clash against Union Berlin. With snow covering parts of their training ground, Phonzy thought it a good time to make a snowball and hit Musiala with it.
In a video shared to Bayern Munich's social media, the left back could be seen running onto the ground afterwards like nothing happened.
Musiala, who is three years younger than Davies, is then heard jokingly calling his teammate a kid for throwing him with the snowball.
Bayern's game postponed
While the team were hard at work preparing for the game, they didn't get to play it.
As Eurosport reported, the game between Munich and Berlin was postponed due to heavy snow in the area. Flights and trains into the city have all been cancelled, as other modes of transport were heavily affected as well.
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Heavy snowfall halts Bundesliga clash
Sports Brief earlier provided more details on why Bayern Munich's game against Union Berlin was called off due to heavy snowfall in some parts of Germany.
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The German soccer federation reported that the decision not to host the game was made by stadium management "due to persistent heavy snowfall."
Munich are currently second on the Bundesliga table, two points behind Bayer Leverkusen, while Union Berlin find themselves in the relegation zone.