Young striker Marcos Diaz, 20, says life is good in the United States. Borrowed from Vasco, the athlete has scored goals and earned the honor of the New England Revolution II, B Team Revs.
The Brazilian scored two goals in 1-0 away victories against Toronto II and Cincinnati II. In addition, he had a 2-1 win over Orlando City II last weekend. However, Marcos keeps his feet on the ground and tries to focus on that moment.
– Thank God, the stage is good and I manage to help the team to come up with results. I prepared myself very much to come here and do what I could. Beginning can always be difficult, especially when meeting new people and people from other parts of the world, but I am embracing well. The staff gave me a warm welcome and it helped a lot. I focus on the second team here, work hard to get results, of course I think about coming to the first team, but it is a personal goal and I will continue to work to get a chance – explained the player.
Marcos was born on August 4 in Brazil and had to leave his wife Raffaella and daughter Lorena to pursue his dream. He has the support of the new club with a list of athletes from all over the world. In line with the style of play of the Revolution II, the 1.80m winger had to learn to play center-forward.
– Things here are a little different from Brazil, but I really enjoy it. I enjoy the positioning I am playing, I have already played as a striker in Brazil and on the left, I have no problem playing like that and I think it is very good to be fit to play. More than one post – he said.
Marcos Diaz and New England Revolution II return to the field this Saturday at 21:00 (Brasilia time). The team faces Rochester New York FC II at home.
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