Norwich City frontman Josh Sargent has been playing out of his mind in the Championship this season, scoring five goals for his team in five games.
The USMNT striker is making it clear to US coach Gregg Berhalter that he belongs on the plane ride to Qatar.
With Sargent scoring with so much confidence right now, it’s no wonder the redhead made baldy’s shortlist for World Cup goal scorers.
Sargent’s strike against Coventry is his fifth goal in Norwich City’s last six competitions (Sargent has scored five goals in City’s first five Championship matches.) Sargent scored the only goal against Sunderland, had a lone brace against Millwall, and scored the opening goal in a 2-1 win against Huddersfield.
Norwich City’s one loss during that stretch comes to Bournemouth in the EFL Cup on penalties – a game Sargent didn’t even play in.
With Sargent playing like a madman, expect to see him scoring come November in Qatar.
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