Monday, January 25, 2021

Late Work

We enjoyed some unseasonably warm weather this weekend (and by "unseasonably warm" I mean a few degrees above freezing). As such, we were able to get out for some healthy long bike rides for the first time in a few weeks. Long story short: I'm still catching up on things I planned to post over the weekend.

One of those things was posting Josh Sargent's cracker of a goal that capped Werder Bremen's 4-1 win at Hertha Berlin. It was his first strike since Halloween, and helped push the club six points clear of the drop zone.

There's one more weekend goal to get to, and it also happened in Germany. Greuther Fürth playmaker Julian Green continued what we may one day look back on as his breakout season with a goal in their 3-3 draw at Fortuna Düsseldorf. his tally temporarily put the visitors up 2-0 near the half hour, but yeah, things kinda fell apart from there.

- Greg Seltzer

1 comment:

DaMa said...

Felt like a huge goal for sargent. Kinda had a feeling he was going to be on the bench to start this one. I had been left feeling kinda like how I felt with Jozy at Hull. He was playing well, the team was clearly better with him out there doing the work and the link up play, but managers need their strikers to score.