By FRANCO PANIZO
Mix Diskerud might not have played a single minute at the World Cup, but that still did not stop him from making an impact in his Rosenborg BK return.
Playing in his first game at the club level since early May, Diskerud scored a goal in Rosenborg’s 2-0 win vs. Latvian outfit FK Jelgave in a Europa League qualifier on Thursday. The midfielder found the back of the net in the 73rd minute, scoring the insurance goal with a deft, looped shot.
The goal was the second across all competitions this season for the 23-year-old Diskerud, who made it onto the U.S. Men’s National Team’s World Cup squad this summer but was one of its two field players who failed to receive any playing time in Brazil.
Here is Diskerud’s goal:
What do you think of Diskerud’s goal? Expecting him to go on a tear now that he’s back at Rosenborg after spending more than a month with the USMNT? Still astonished that he did not see any playing time in Brazil?
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