After a recent disappointing run in with the U.S. Men’s National Team, Bobby Wood showed zero signs of a hangover as he returned to domestic play.
Wood scored twenty seconds into Hannover’s Bundesliga showdown with Borussia Monchengladbach on Sunday.
After being played in by a headed pass from Niclas Fullkrug, Wood raced towards goal and slotted a right-footed shot into the bottom-left corner.
It was Wood’s third goal of the season, and his 10th career Bundesliga tally. He joins Thomas Dooley, Christian Pulisic, Michael Bradley, and Fabian Johnson as the fifth U.S. international all-time with 10 goals.
Despite Wood’s opener, Hannover fell 4-1 at Borussia Park which has them sitting in 16th place.