FC Dallas homegrown Bryan Reynolds made history Sunday, coming off the bench to make his Serie A debut for AS Roma in a 2-0 loss to Parma at Stadio Ennio Tardini.
— AS Roma English (@ASRomaEN) March 14, 2021
The 19-year-old, who was signed by AS Roma on a six-month loan earlier than finishing a everlasting switch on Feb. 1, is the second youngest US youth international to play in Serie A behind Josh Perez (18) and is the fifth to compete within the Italian top flight, following fellow FC Dallas academy standout Weston McKennie, who debuted for Juventus earlier this season.
19-year-old Bryan Reynolds subs on for his Roma debut!
He is the fifth U.S. (youth) international to play in Serie A, and that is the primary time two have played in the identical season.
🇺🇸 Alexi Lalas
🇺🇸 Michael Bradley
🇺🇸 Josh Perez
🇺🇸 Weston McKennie
🇺🇸 Bryan Reynolds
— Paul Carr (@PaulCarr) March 14, 2021
Reynolds got here on for the final 30 minutes, changing Bruno Peres as proper wingback, with Roma, which had a 17-match Serie A unbeaten streak snapped, already coaching 2-0.
Bryan Reynolds makes his Roma debut in Serie A! 🙌 pic.twitter.com/V64qZ59506
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) March 14, 2021
Roma are within the warmth of a battle for a Champions League spot, sitting fifth within the league with 50 points, just two behind McKennie’s Juventus and Atalanta and three points forward of sixth-place Napoli forward of a massive showdown subsequent Sunday.