Yes, it's only preseason, but U.S. national team forward Terrence Boyd's bicycle kick goal off a rebound in Rapid Vienna's friendly against Michael Bradley's AS Roma Tuesday afternoon was a thing of beauty. Not a bad way to make a good impression while hoping to earn a regular place in his new team's starting lineup. Bradley's Roma won 2-1, with Bradley playing the first half, and Boyd being subbed out after 58 minutes. Enjoy the strike:
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