Brenden Aaronson wasted little time in his first competitive start for Red Bull Salzburg, assisting when in a league win on Wednesday.

Aaronson got the nod in Jesse Marsch’s beginning lineup and provided the opening assist in an ultimate 3-0 win over Ried. It was Aaronson’s 2nd league appearance of the season, however his first start for the Austrian Bundesliga giants after getting here from the Philadelphia Union.

The U.S. Male’s National Group midfielder required only 15 minutes to make an effect. Aaronson cut back onto his left foot prior to setting up Rasmus Kristensen for the opening goal of the match.

Aaronson saw as Sekou Keita and Patson Daka both included objectives later in the half for a 3-0 lead for the hosts. The Medford, New Jersey native only played 63 minutes for Salzburg in the success, however showed appealing minutes from his attacking midfield position.

He made 5 healings, completed one take on, and effectively completed one dribble prior to being subbed off after the hour mark. Red Bull Salzburg would make it back-to-back league wins since going back to domestic action, now moving one point clear of second location Rapid Wien.

” We played really well, and you might see our playing approach truly plainly on the pitch, specifically in the first half,” Marsch said post match. “We can constantly score objectives as we have excellent talents in attack. We also showed today that we can keep a clean sheet. The gamers are likewise determined to do that, which is a great indication for us.”

Aaronson and Salzburg’s hectic schedule continues with Saturday’s league match at Hartberg before an Austrian Cup quarterfinal date with Austria Wien next week.