Fabian Johnson just can’t stop won’t stop scoring. The American winger opened the scoring for Borussia Monchengladbach inside of five minutes against Hoffenheim but TSG were able to shake it off and build a 3-1 lead.
Johnson though wasn’t done. After Josep Drmic pulled one back for ‘Gladbach in the 56th minute, Johnson came flying down the right wing late in the match. Upon getting into the box, Fabian pulled it back onto his left foot, before finishing off a tremendous equalizer for his second of the match.
GOAL, Gladbach! #USMNT defender Fabian Johnson can’t stop scoring! Hoffenheim 3, Gladbach 3. Catch the game on FS2! https://t.co/lUUBagFjAo
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) November 28, 2015
If Johnson keeps up this form, and he’s showing no signs of slowing down, then it seems that Jurgen Klinsmann has finally found himself a left midfielder. Of course that just means that Klinsmann will have to go back to wondering who will play right back for the USMNT.