Bobby Wood had himself a career week, ladies and gents.
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The Hawaiian born striker has had a season to forget in the German second division for his club side Erzgebirge Aue, scoring just three times in nine games, but in the space of five unforgettable days he has jumped off the bench to score last-gasp winners for the U.S. national team in friendlies away at Holland and Germany.
Yeah, not too shabby, eh?
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Wood is still just 22 years old and has repaid the faith Jurgen Klinsmann has shown in him over the past few years as he continued to select him for USMNT squads despite struggles at club level.
So, U.S. fans, how about reliving the moments where Wood grabbed his first two goals for the U.S. in just his seventh and eighth appearances? Of course you would.
First up, Wood scored in the 90th minute after jumping off the bench in Amsterdam last Friday to seal a wild 4-3 comeback win over Holland for the U.S. who had trailed 3-2 with 19 minutes left…
And here is his 87th-minute winner against Germany to bag a 2-1 victory in Cologne on Wednesday. What a turn and hit that was.