From starving at a refugee camp in Ghana to winning champions league, Alphonso Davies’s dream come true

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Alphonso Davies’s dream has come true after winning his first champions league title with Bayern Munich at the age 19.

Davies was born in a refugee camp in Ghana before moving to Canada at the age of five and he actually used the Ghanaian hustlers term “grinding” as used in Kwesi Arthur’s songs in his first reactions after winning the champions league.

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He is currently one of the best left-backs on the planet.

This is the rise of Alphonso Davies.

His parents had fled Liberia to escape civil war.

Today he’s the best left-back in the world and the first Canadian player player to ever win champion league.

After the final, the young lad encourages people chasing their dreams to never give up.

“This one for everyone who’s chasing a dream right now, take it from me don’t give up it may seem impossible now but just keep working on your kraft keep grinding.”- he said

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