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He won in his Champions League debut but Ethan Horvath, goalkeeper for Brugge and USMNT, ended up crying

Brugge won in the last play against Zenit 2-1 but the USMNT goalkeeper ended the match crying inconsolably

Ethan Horvert won in his Champions League debut with Brugge and ended up crying.
Ethan Horvert won in his Champions League debut with Brugge and ended up crying.

Brugge obtained three very important points in his visit to Zenit for the first date of the Champions League. In the last play of the match, Brugge managed to score the goal that gave him such an important victory as it is always difficult to win on the road, especially in Russia. In Brugge the USMNT goalkeeper Ethan Horvath started, who had a game with many ups and downs.

Zenit has great players in the offensive part but in this match none could convert a goal. It's weird to read this if the game ended 2-1 in Brugge's favor but the problem was that Zenit's goal was scored on his own goal by USMNT goalkeeper Ethan Horvath. After an unfortunate play, Horvert had an own goal to tie Zenit.

Horvath returned to play after several games thanks to the injury of Brugge's starting goalkeeper. The USMNT goalkeeper knew he had to put in a great game to gain the confidence of his team and also to earn a spot in the USMNT goal. That's why when he scored a goal, the world fell on him and he was very nervous.

Fortunately for Horvath, he was able to recover from his mistake and then made several important saves for his team to take the victory. At the end of the game, Horvert could be seen crying uncontrollably and his teammates supporting him. The tears were a mixture of happiness for having obtained the three points and sadness for the error of the goal. Luckily for him and Burgge, the error will remain anecdotal.

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