Twenty-year-old USMNT forward Josh Sargent shines in Bundesliga play
U.S. Men’s National Team forward Josh Sargent continued his productive start for Bundesliga side Werder Bremen during the weekend.
The 20-year-old recorded his first assist of the campaign, setting up the opening goal of a 3-1 away triumph against Schalke on Saturday. The O’Fallon, Mo. product rose near the penalty spot to nod down a corner kick which strike partner Niclas Füllkrug redirected from close range in the 22nd minute. Füllkrug went onto register a hat-trick.
Rise above the rest, @joshsargent! 💪🏼
— U.S. Soccer MNT (@USMNT) September 26, 2020
Sargent has started all three of Bremen’s contests across all competitions, scoring a goal in a 2-0 DFB-Pokal victory against Carl Zeiss on Sept. 12.
After playing in the midfield last week, Sargent returned to the front line and played 84 minutes. He placed three shots on goal.
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