The Yanks Abroad got several goals around the world this past week with Andrija Novakovich getting three by himself amidst his first call up to the US Men’s National Team. But it wasn’t all good news as Daniel Williams went down for the season and Bobby Wood continues to be nonexistent.
Let’s get to all the highs & lows from last week:
Boyd went the first 65 minutes as Darmstadt drew with Nurnberg in the 2. Bundesliga. He scored the goal off a corner kick in the 18’ minute. The ball was bouncing around the box and Boyd finished it with the last of five headers on the play. VIDEO LINK
Down in the 3rd division of Germany, Gyau smashed home a nice goal in a 3-1 win for Sonnenhof Großaspach over Fortuna Köln.
The Telstar forward got his first call up for the USMNT and was also the goal scorer in a 1-1 draw with Go Ahead Eagles on Friday in the 2nd division of the Netherlands. That is in addition to the two goals he scored last Monday in their 3-2 win over Almere City FC.
He was called up for the North Carolina camp and went 90 minutes for Santos Laguna in a 1-0 win at Puebla.
Miazga was among those called up last week and is going to have to step up and anchor the back line for the Americans with Brooks out. He got in 90 minutes for Vitesse who drew 0-0 with Heracles.
The 30 year old center back went 90 minutes for Fulham in a 2-2 draw with QPR. The Cottagers sit in 3rd place in the Championship.
He got the start for Borussia Dortmund on Sunday and was subbed out after an underwhelming 70 minutes. Finished with just 64% passing.
The Leon keeper was in goal for a 2-2 draw with Lobos de la BUAP. Leon are down in 12th place in Liga MX.
He was able to get back on the field for Gladbach, but it was a quick 9 minute appearance in the draw with Hoffenheim.
His Greuther Fürth side will take on Erzgebirge Aue at 2:30pm central time on Monday.
Williams had surgery on Friday to repair a fracture to his distal fibula. That unfortunately means he is done for the season.
Let us know in the comments of any other notable performances!