Brek Shea is one talented soccer player. This is not debatable. It's been obvious since his early days in MLS with FC Dallas. His problem has always been consistency and health. Now that he's fully fit and playing every week, he's doing amazing things like this:
In Orlando City's MLS match against defending champion Portland Timbers, Brek played a slick little one-two with some guy named Kaka, received a return pass and lashed a left-footed blast into the top corner of the net for a sensational goal.
It's moments like these that make you ponder why Brek Shea isn't a consistent starter for the USMNT. His talent is obvious as this goal shows. Why can't he stay consistent and break into Jurgen Klinsmann's plans? Hopefully this is finally the beginning of his true emergence and it carries over to the national team. What a goal.