Former Philadelphia Union midfielder Brenden Aaronson is making an influence just 5 video games into his RB Salzburg tenure, scoring an excellent game-winner within the team’s 3-1 win over Austria Wien on Wednesday.
🇺🇸Brenden Aaronson’s first career goal for Red Bull Salzburg 🇦🇹 on FTF pic.twitter.com/7RYwYK3xyf
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With the teams tied at 1-1, Aaronson obtained a go from teammate Mergim Berisha down the side of the field and danced round a defender earlier than discovering a sliver of area in between two defenders to score a curling shot, sending the ball straight into the top proper corner within the 72nd minute.
The outcome has Salzburg in first place within the Austrian Bundesliga, one point forward of Speedy Wien.
Aaronson began for Salzburg, coached by ex-New York Red Bulls head coach Jesse Marsch, and has obtained regular taking part in time since becoming a member of the team in January. He made his debut on January 24 in a 2-0 win over Rheindorf Altach, and has began two of the 5 matches he is played for Salzburg thus far.
The 20-year-old Philadelphia Union homegrown product made 51 MLS regular season appearances since his 2019 debut and last year was voted No. 1 on MLS’s 22-Under-22 list offered by BODYARMOR.