Friday, March 23, 2012

Gatt-Zilla Returns! (update)

[Photo: Scanpix]

It's opening night in Norway and Molde FK right winger Josh Gatt has wasted little time opening his season account. Three minutes after the champs opened the scoring against Strømsgodset, the youngster raced to firing position, as he likes to do, and slotted the second.

UPDATE: Ka-bam.




- Greg Seltzer

8 comments:

Zach said...

Another great goal, looked like those two he had last year. Teams should recognize you can't let this kid carry the ball 40 yards towards your goal... it doesn't end well.

Grant said...

Wish he was playing for the nats this week. But I'm glad he is still tearing it up where ever he goes.

Jay Eychaner said...

Greg, did you see that Alejandro Guido finally officially signed with Club Tijuana?

dikranovich said...

who the heck won the honduras panama game?

dikranovich said...

i guess at this point, all that matters is winning the semi finals game. honduras 3-1 over panama. looks like usa gets the loser of mexico honduras. usa needs to put najar and honduras down hard. thats all there is to it. then they can have fun in the finals against mexico.

dikranovich said...

that hurt. all that matters now is winning el salvador. this will be the kind of moment to separate the men from the boys. at least a win over el salvador and usa gets a good five days of rest before the semi final of doom. wow. id like to know if coach porter knew canada would be making seven changes to their lineup.

dikranovich said...

that hurt. all that matters now is winning el salvador. this will be the kind of moment to separate the men from the boys. at least a win over el salvador and usa gets a good five days of rest before the semi final of doom. wow. id like to know if coach porter knew canada would be making seven changes to their lineup.

Jay Eychaner said...

It's clear that he should have (they had a poor, poor draw in the first game), but it's also clear from some of his quotes that he didn't. Porter has a day to figure out how to get better movement up the wings and crossing accuracy when confronted with a compressed midfield, because we all expect that El Salvador learned a thing or two watching us play Canada.