Thursday, August 9, 2012

The name's Boyd... Terrence Boyd.

To be fair, though, he was first shaken and then stirred tonight. Yes, Rapid Vienna forward Terrence Boyd and mates were down an aggregate goal to Serbian guests Vojvodina Novi Sad heading into stoppage time of their Europa League third round qualifying closer. Not to fear, the US goal shark earned his side the equalizing penalty and then bagged the tie winner only seconds later.

So... when do I get asked to make a season strike guarantee for Boyd, a la Jozy last term?




- Greg Seltzer

8 comments:

Unknown said...

Great catch! However, I believe Vojvodina Novi Sad is a Serbian club.

Unknown said...

... btw, Greg, how competitive is the Austrian league? I know this was a Europa league match, but how is the Austrian Bundesliga regarded among the bigger leagues over there?

Greg Seltzer said...

Thank you. I'm still a little dizzy from the combo of Carli Lloyd's winner and a Spanish chorizo-lamb burger.

Greg Seltzer said...

Austria is pretty comparable to the Danish Superliga.

Jay Eychaner said...

Goddamn. Now I want a Spanish chorizo-lamb burger.

Greg Seltzer said...

Crazy good. Topped with jalapenos, tomatoes, cucumber and a green apple aoli.

RobUsry said...

How many goals will he score Mr. Seltzerdamus?

Jay Eychaner said...

You're not helping my hunger, Greg.