It’s the offseason in Foxboro, but that won’t keep Krisztian Nemeth and Zachary Herivaux from lacing up their boots. This week, the pair will join USMNT attackers Kelyn Rowe and Juan Agudelo on international duty.
Herivaux, looking to build on senior debut with Haiti, will compete for minutes during friendlies against Saudi Arabia (November 10) and Equatorial Guinea (November 14). Nemeth has earned 30 caps and scored three career goals for Hungary; he’ll suit up for friendlies against Luxembourg (November 9) and Costa Rica (November 14).
For Herivaux, these fall friendlies will provide an opportunity to become a National Team fixture. The Brookline, Mass. native played 90 minutes and registered an assist in his debut match for Haiti, a 3-3 draw with Japan on October 10. He’ll eye his second career appearance on Friday.
Nemeth, who has earned three call-ups for Hungary since EURO 2016, will use the opportunity to pad his international resume. The Győr native worked around a disappointing red card to turn in a promising fall for the Revolution, contributing a goal and an assist down the stretch.
Both players will look to stay fresh before training camp kicks off in January.