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USMNT’s Sargent bags fourth goal in six for Werder Bremen II (video)

Bolivia v United States

CHESTER, PA - MAY 28: Tim Weah #11 and Josh Sargent #13 of the United States celebrate after a goal by Sargent in the second half of the friendly soccer match against Bolivia at Talen Energy Stadium on May 28, 2018 in Chester, Pennsylvania. The United States defeated Bolivia 3-0. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

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Josh Sargent’s done it again.

One of the great hopes of the United States men’s national team, the 18-year-old Sargent has scored for the fourth time in six matches with Werder Bremen II and remains in the mix to make an impact with the first team.

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First team manager Florian Kohfeldt credited Sargent’s performance and said the team will continue to build up the young striker and the II team.

Sargent’s latest goal came Wednesday, on a delightful through ball against SC Weiche 08, and was posted by his father Jeff on Twitter.

He has a goal in three caps for the USMNT, but reportedly will not be amongst Dave Sarachan’s call-ups as the youngster continues to develop with Werder Bremen.

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