Hi There. We’ve spent the past few days
reeling from the U.S. U-23’s recent ouster from Olympic qualifying buried under day-job duties, but we’re attempting to get back on track today.
In the meantime, here’s footage from the German fourth division, where fans of Magdeburg, which hadn’t scored in five consecutive games, literally pointed the way to the opponents’ goal this past Sunday:
The choreographed instruction worked as Magdeburg forward Chris Wright, a Californian who played college ball at the University of New Mexico, scored against Berliner AK ’07 to end a 558-minute goal drought.
Alas, Berliner snatched a late goal to win the game 2-1 and leave Magdeburg at the bottom of the table.