Matt Miazga, the 23-game capped USMNT defender, former Chelsea and Anderlecht and current stalwart for FC Cincinnati, joined Footwork to talk about his ever-changing path.
Yunus Musah and Shaq Moore were the only Yanks in action in Spain this weekend, with both putting in solid substitute performances for their teams, however with mixed outcomes.
Yunus Musah’s experimental transition to Valencia’s front line yielded tepid results, while Matthew Hoppe and Mallorca joined Matt Miazga’s Alaves in La Liga’s bottom three.
Sergiño Dest did his part to help Barcelona keep their grip on the race for La Liga’s best-of-the-rest award, while Yunus Musah and Valencia put in a lackluster performance ahead of their upcoming Cup final.
Recent American convert Samuel Shashoua started building his longshot USMNT case with a goal for Tenerife while Jonathan Gomez and Real Sociedad had a weekend to forget, as once again all the Spanish action for Americans was in La Liga 2.
Sergiño Dest and Barcelona easily won their lopsided battle at Valencia, while Matt Miazga and Alaves put up a valiant fight against Real Madrid before predictably falling well short thanks to a late surge from the likely champions.
Barcelona were saved by a last-attack equalizer in their city derby against Espanyol while Yunus Musah conceded the critical penalty in Valencia’s loss to Alaves.
Sergiño Dest filled in for Barcelona legend Dani Alvez for the final minutes of their huge win while Yunus Musah earned the start for Valencia in their tough home draw against Real Sociedad
Just ahead of the final weekend of games before the international break, Yanks Abroad takes a look at some of the burning questions that are keeping us awake at night.
Matt Miazga likely played his last game for Alaves for quite awhile after gifting two goals to opponents Betis, while Yunus Musah impressed in a starting role for Valencia in their draw against Sevilla.