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Werder Bremen's Josh Sargent hoping to kick on after scoring two in three

American teenager Josh Sargent scores with his first touch in the Bundesliga, heading the ball in two minutes after coming on for Werder Bremen.

United States forward Josh Sargent has told reporters he is now ready for Bundesliga after scoring two goals in three appearances for Werder Bremen, and is hoping for more game time in the second half of the season.

Sargent, 18, joined Bremen in February and, despite winning his first cap for the U.S. last summer, had to wait for his senior debut in the Bundesliga until December.

It then took him less than two minutes to score his first goal in the match against Fortuna Dusseldorf, and...

U.S.'s Josh Sargent strikes in Werder Bremen loss to RB Leipzig

United States forward Josh Sargent scored again though it wasn't enough as Werder Bremen were caught out by a late goal and fell at Leipzig 3-2.

Sargent, the young American who scored on his debut with his first touch against Fortuna Duesseldorf last weekend, again made his mark in his third match when he fired in off the left post after fellow substitute Yuya Osako timed his pass perfectly in the 77th minute.

The visitors fought back from two goals down after first-half goals for Leipzig from Lukas...

Werder Bremen admit flying Hoffenheim training ground drone

Hoffenheim's training ground.
A drone was flown over Hoffenheim's training ground ahead of the draw with Werder Bremen.

BERLIN, Germany -- Werder Bremen have admitted flying a drone over Hoffenheim's training ground ahead of Wednesday's 1-1 draw between the two clubs.

Earlier this week, Hoffenheim reported an "unannounced drone flight" to police and told ESPN FC they had done so because of "security concerns."

"Werder Bremen this past Tuesday briefly used a drone," a statement on Bremen's website said. "This is a result of talks between Bremen executive Frank Baumann, head coach Florian Kohfeldt and the employees...

Keep expectations of United States striker Josh Sargent realistic - Bremen coach

American teenager Josh Sargent scores with his first touch in the Bundesliga, heading the ball in two minutes after coming on for Werder Bremen.

Werder Bremen coach Florian Kohfeldt has urged people not to expect too much of United States international Josh Sargent after he scored his first Bundesliga goal on Friday.

Following seven goals in 12 games for the club's under-23s, 18-year-old Sargent scored less than two minutes into his Bundesliga debut as Bremen beat Fortuna Dusseldorf 3-1.

"We all must be careful what we expect from him," Kohfeldt said. "If he makes five, six Bundesliga appearances until the summer, it is a good a year for...