Alphonso Davies’s final day as a Whitecap: A photo essay By Tony Lewis Posted on October 30, 2018 Comments Off on Alphonso Davies’s final day as a Whitecap: A photo essay 0 1,272 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Photographer Tony Lewis was on the field at BC Place on Sunday, as Canadian wunderkind Alphonso Davies scored twice in his final MLS match as his Vancouver Whitecaps beat the Portland Timbers, 2-1. Davies is now off to Germany, where he’ll become a member of one of the world’s biggest clubs — Bayern Munich. At only 18 years of age, he has nowhere near reached his ceiling. Of course, Davies will be playing in Canada a lot more in the years to come, as a linchpin of coach John Herdman’s national team. So, we won’t be saying farewell, but so long for now. Walking into the stadium alongside a young fan and veteran Kei Kamara. Davies tries to evade a tackle (or maybe, a foul)… Davies scores… … and celebrates with the BC Place faithful. The post-game interview. “We have one last skill-testing question before you leave. Which one is Henrik, and which one is Daniel? Choose wisely.” From Edmonton to Vancouver: A family portrait.