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Yanks Abroad: Stunners from Duane Holmes & Sebastian Saucedo

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Beautiful goals from Holmes & Saucedo led an eight-goal weekend for Yanks Abroad.

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While most German teams were still on winter break, Yanks Abroad recorded eight goals over the weekend. Duane Holmes & Sebastian Saucedo’s goals were brilliant finishes that you simply must see. In addition to the goals, Lynden Gooch followed up his brace last weekend with an assist. But perhaps the best news was Josh Sargent’s triumphant return from injury with two goals.

Let’s get to all the goals from our Yanks Abroad:

England

Duane Holmes

The Derby County man scored a stoppage time equalizer with a fantastic volley from outside the box for his first goal of the season in a 2-2 draw with Middlesbrough. HIGHLIGHTS

FotMob: 7.1 WhoScored: 7.6
1 chance created | 77% passing | 1/1 shot on target | 7/18 duels | 2/4 tackles

Lynden Gooch

24-year-old Gooch assisted the first goal of a big 4-0 win for Sunderland over 2nd place Wycombe Wanderers FC. The win brings them within 6 points of 2nd place & automatic promotion to the Championship. HIGHLIGHTS

FotMob: 8.2
3 chance created | 63% passing | 1/4 shots on target | 5/8 duels | 1 clearance | dispossessed once

Tim Ream

Ream completed the most passes (61) & was the most accurate passer (90%) to play 90 minutes in Fulham’s 1-0 shutout win over Hull City. HIGHLIGHTS

FotMob: 7.1 WhoScored: 6.9
1 chance created | 61/68 passing | 3/5 duels| 3 clearances

Eric Lichaj

On the other end of that 1-0 result with Fulham, Lichaj captained Hull for the full 90 minutes. HIGHLIGHTS

FotMob: 6.6 WhoScored: 6.7
58% passing | 7/13 duels | 2 clearances | 1/1 dribble | 2/3 tackles | 1 interception | dispossessed once

Antonee Robinson

The 22-year-old Wigan Athletic left back went 90 minutes in a 2-0 loss to Bristol City, picking up a yellow card along the way. HIGHLIGHTS

FotMob: 6 WhoScored: 6.4
1 chance created | 81% passing | 1/1 shot on target | 3/10 duels| 2 clearances | 0/1 dribble | 1/1 tackles | 1 interception

Geoff Cameron

Cameron played 90 minutes at centerback for Queens Park Rangers in a 3-1 loss at Brentford FC. He was credited with an error leading to a goal on the second goal after a failed headed clearance. HIGHLIGHTS

FotMob: 4.9 WhoScored: 5.3
72% passing | 0/1 shot on target | 5/8 duels| 3 clearances | dispossessed once | 3/3 tackles | 1 interception


Mexico

Sebastian Saucedo

Making his debut for Pumas after transferring from Real Salt Lake, Saucedo scored a beauty after cutting inside from the left wing. The 22-year-old has made one appearance with the Mexico U-20s and, more recently, 19 appearances with the US U-20s (and scored eight goals).


Germany

Josh Sargent

The 19-year-old had been sidelined for the last four games, but he recorded a brace for Werder Bremen in a friendly 3-1 win over Hannover. YOUTH UPDATE

Giovanni Reyna

17-year-old Reyna started for the Borussia Dortmund first team in a friendly with Feyenoord, and scored on a nice finish from a tough angle. YOUTH UPDATE


Australia

Veronica Latsko

Latsko is back on the list with a nice finish from the edge of the box as her Sydney FC side thrashed Canberra 4-0.

Sophia Huerta

The 27-year-old also scored later in the 83rd minute. The team has yet to post match highlights so no video yet, sorry.


France

Sh’Nia Gordon

The West Virginia Mountaineers grad is playing professionally for FC Metz, Gordon got on the scoresheet in the 54th minute of a penalty-kick Cup win over Saint-Etienne.


Did Not Play

Matt Miazga - Reading FC - Unused Sub

Cameron Carter-Vickers - Tottenham Hotspur - Not in the 18


Injured

Christian Pulisic - Chelsea - Adductor injury in training

DeAndre Yedlin - Newcastle - Broken Hand

Tim Weah - Lille - Hamstring - Returned to training