Adam Buksa is showing why the New England Revolution went out and acquired him as a designated player.
The Polish striker is having an amazing season as he is hoping to get sold in the winter transfer window. Buksa bagged another goal against Orlando City on Saturday and on top of gaining ground in the golden boot race, he was also named to the Week 27 MLS Team of the Week.
Buksa now has 12 goals this season and is showing his goal-scoring prowess and his ability to be in the right place at the right time. Whether it be flying through the air or using his strength, the 25-year-old just knows where to be in the box to score goals.
But the striker wasn’t the only member of the Revolution organization to find his way on the team of the week, Bruce Arena was also named the coach for the side.
With Buksa scoring goals this likely won’t be the last squad he ends up on before the end of the regular season.