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Michael Bradley's evolution as a soccer player continues in Germany and Saturday offered even more evidence that he is blossoming into a true standout.
Bradley scored two goals on Saturday to help Borussia Moenchengladbach defeat FC Cologne, 4-2, on Saturday. The victory helped push Moenchengladbach move a step closer to escaping the Bundesliga relegation zone. Bradley scored from close range in the first half, then converted a penalty kick in the final minutes to seal the victory.
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The two goals increased Bradley's season total to five. It also continues his personal hot streak which began on Feb. 11 in the U.S. men's national team's 2-0 victory against Mexico. Bradley scored both goals in that victory.
What do you think of Bradley's performance? Are you pleasantly surprised that he has regained the scoring touch he showed off in the Dutch League? Anxious to see him get back on the field for the U.S. national team later this month?
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