This past week yielded a few goals and big moments for members of the USMNT in Europe. Here’s how they fared over the past few days.
As U.S. soccer continues to improve and progress, more and more players are going abroad, plying their trade outside of the U.S. Many of the USMNT stars and prospects now play in Europe, which is only good for the development of the national game.
This past week was a great example of how USMNT players are beginning to impact even the biggest games in world football.
We begin this we rundown with DeAndre Yedlin who registered his first Premier League goal for Newcastle United against Manchester City. The defender made a perfect run into the box to link up with a wonderfully placed pass by teammate Salomón Rondón. Manchester City would go on to win 2-1 but it was truly a great moment for Yedlin.
Andrija Novakovich was on the scoresheet for Fortuna Sittard in the Dutch Eredivisie. The striker scored what proved to be the crucial equalizer against Utrecht. It was Novakovich’s second league goal for the club.
Another American striker found the back net in Germany. It was none other than Josh Sargent. The 18-year-old is becoming a weekly goalscorer for Werder Bremen’s second team and registered a goal and an assist in a match on Sunday.
Emmanuel Sabbi also got on the scoresheet for Hobro in the Danish Superliga. His goal was his fifth of the season which ties him for second place in the league’s Golden Boot race. He is only one goal behind Dame N’Doye who leads with six goals.
Meanwhile, Brendan Ike-Hines registered an assist for Kortrijk against Gent in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League.
How the rest fared
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- Weston McKennie played all 90 minutes for Schalke against Hertha Berlin.
- Fabian Johnson played all 90 minutes for Borussia Mönchengladbach in a 3-1 against Augsburg.
- Alfredo Morales played all 90 minutes for Fortuna Dusseldorf against RB Leipzig.
- Matt Miazga played all 90 minutes for Nantes against Strasbourg in Ligue 1.
- Eric Lichaj played all 90 minutes for Hull City in a 2-1 loss to Derby County.
- Antonee Robinson played all 90 minutes for Wigan Athletic in a 1-0 win over Rotherham United.
- Julian Green played 76 minutes for Greuther Furth in a 1-0 victory over Duisburg in the 2. Bundesliga.
- Omar Gonzalez played all 90 minutes for Atlas in a loss to Tigers in Liga MX.
- Keaton Parks played all 90 minutes for Benfica II in Portugal’s Secunda Liga.
- Roman Gall played 61 minutes for Malmo in their 3-0 win in the Allsvenskan.
- Jonathan Amon played 56 minutes for Nordsjælland in a scoreless draw.
- Emerson Hyndman entered as a substitute for Hibernian in the 64th minute in the Scottish Premiership.
- John Brooks played all 90 minutes for Wolfsburg in their 3-1 victory over Bayer Leverkusen.
- Bobby Wood entered as a substitute for Hanover at halftime.
- Geoff Cameron made a late appearance for Queens Park Rangers and played only a few minutes entering in the 89th minute for his new club.
- Lyden Gooch played all 90 minutes for Sunderland in a 1-1 draw with Oxford United.
Check back next week for the latest update of USMNT players around the globe.