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A pair of great runs you probably missed
by Samuel Charles, December 3rd, 2012 12:27AM
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[VIDEO PICK: Golazos] The son of 1998 MLS cup winner Roman Kosecki knifes into the box in Poland and Stefan Reisinger dances through the defense in Germany.

A couple of wonderfully different runs from last week.

Here, the son of an original member of the Chicago Fire, goes from a dead stop to a deflated defense, in a matter of seconds.

Jakub Kosecki, 22, is on Legia Warsaw, where his father Roman spent two stints before coming to the MLS -- playing 50 games for the Chicago Fire, and scoring the first goal in franchise history. Legia is first in Poland, with one loss after 14 games, and Jakub, a 5-foot-6 attacker, is its second leading scorer.

A late cut, back to the outside, seemed to catch the entire defense by surprise, in this 1-0 win over Widzew Lodz, and the finish goes goes through the wickets …

 
szólj hozzá: Legia - Widzew 1:0 (Kosecki)

An original Bundesliga member, Duesseldorf spent the last 15 years in Germany’s second, third, and fourth divisions prior to being promoted this year. It finished its best week of the season by beating Frankfurt 4-0 at home Friday, after earning a tie at Borussia Dortmund midweek, and all began with a 2-0 win over Hamburg a week ago Friday.

This momentum could have come from this terrific goal by Reisinger against Hamburg -- and his now you see me, now you don’t, finish ...

 



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  1. Andres Yturralde
    commented on: December 3, 2012 at 9:38 a.m.
    "Now you're talking to me, baby. That I like. Keep it coming."

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