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The 19-year-old Alphonso Davies, who was born in a Ghanaian refugee camp and raised in Edmonton, has won 17 caps for Canada.

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Alphonso Davies and Ashley Lawrence have been named Canada Soccer Players of the Month.

Davies started at left back in all six matches for Bayern Munich in November, including back-to-back wins in UEFA Champions League that moved the German powerhouse into the round of 16.

The 19-year-old Davies, who was born in a Ghanaian refugee camp and raised in Edmonton, has won 17 caps for Canada.

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Lawrence started two of three matches for Paris Saint-Germain, which stands second in the French league. The 24-year-old fullback/midfielder from Brampton, Ont., also had two assists in Canada’s 3-0 win over New Zealand at an international tournament in China.

Ashley Lawrence, who has earned 83 caps for Canada, also won player of the month honours in June.

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Lawrence, who has earned 83 caps for Canada, also won player of the month honours in June.

The awards are administered by the Canadian Soccer Association.

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