La Liga saw an American amongst its Starting XIs on Sunday.
Shaquell Moore made his first La Liga start in Levante’s 2-0 win at Las Palmas on Sunday.
According to WhoScored, Moore completed 71 percent of his passes, had three interceptions and four tackles won. He was credited with one key pass and three crosses.
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The right back turned 21 earlier this month, and our primitive research shows him as the first U.S. player to make a La Liga start since Oguchi Onyewu at Malaga in 2013.
Oddly enough, Sunday’s opposition had an American on the books last season with Emmanuel Sabbi skipped college soccer to join Las Palmas. Sabbi joined Danish side Hobro this summer, and made his first start on Friday.
Jozy Altidore spent time with Villarreal and Kasey Keller played for Rayo Vallecano.
Levante’s next match is Sunday at Real Sociedad.