Saturday, December 5, 2015

How does one say "dynamic duo" in German? (updated)

It may hardly be news that Fabian Johnson can't stop scoring; after striking 'Gladbach's third in a 3-1 triumph over table-topping Bundesliga holders Bayern Munich, he has four goals in the last 10 days. Yeah. The red-hot winger (whose dad once played basketball for Bayern, I have been told) broke an offside trap to waltz in and pick the bottom corner in the 68th minute.

Meanwhile, John Anthony Brooks struck for the 2-1 winner against Bayer Leverkusen. Unsurprisingly, his tally came off a corner kick header at the hour mark.

So yeah, I have finally settled after my move to Russia and am back in the game. Clips to come...

UPDATE: Boom. Bang.







- Greg Seltzer

8 comments:

downintexas said...

Where in Russia? That's a big change from the Netherlands

Greg Seltzer said...

St. Petersburg; the lady wanted to show me her hometown, so we will stay here until summer. And yeah, it sure is!

Chris said...

Greg, that's not the top corner. Glad to see an American winger doing well abroad.

Greg Seltzer said...

So it is not. Not sure what I was thinking of when I typed it.

DaM said...

It was the metaphysical top corner. Best player in CONCACAF right now?

Adrian said...

Looks like JAB played on the Leverkusen scorer for their goal though... but he made up for it.

Dany Tzvi said...

@dam chicharito or keylor

DaM said...

Fair enough, I haven't watched Leverkusen at all recently but 13 or so league goals is a good number.