The United States Men’s National Team faeces its toughest test under the second tenure of head coach Gregg Berhalter on Saturday afternoon, when they face off against a diminished, but still dangerous German team in East Hartford, Connecticut.
The second Gregg Berhalter era of the United States Men’s National Team gets underway on Saturday night in St. Louis, when a full-strength squad takes on Uzbekistan for the first-ever meeting between these two.
Duane Holmes came off the bench for Preston and immediately became the difference-maker by drawing a penalty and setting up the winner, in a game which also saw Lynden Gooch make his Stoke City debut in a losing effort.
Josh Sargent scored for a third consecutive league match for Norwich, but sustained an unfortunate ankle injury in the process. Elsewhere, Duane Holmes scored late in the match to snatch all three points for Preston North End.
Josh Sargent scored yet again for Norwich City which sees his side move up to third in the EFL Champions after his side eased past Millwall. Elsewhere, Tyler Bindon has made his third appearance for Reading as they blanked Stevenage.
An exhilarating 4-4 draw between Southampton and Norwich City showcased an impressive performance by Josh Sargent, who not only scored but also contributed with an assist. Elsewhere, Haji Wright opened his Coventry City account, finding the net just four minutes after stepping onto the pitch from the bench.
Life below the Premier League started off with a mixed bag, with a number of Yanks in England’s second tier such as Haji Wright and Duane Holmes getting their first minutes with new clubs.
Josh Sargent was on the score sheet in a big win for the Canaries as Chris Richards notched his second Premier League start for Crystal Palace in their impressive draw against Newcastle.
After being rested for last weekend’s FA Cup loss to Blackburn, Josh Sargent will be available for the Canaries’ trip to Preston on Saturday, according to new head coach David Wagner.
Christian Pulisic was a first half casualty to Manchester City as Chelsea dropped more points, but Auston Trusty and Daryl Dike put numbers on the board in the Championship.