Bradley Wright-Phillips Took Off His 99 Shirt To Celebrate His 100th MLS Goal
Bradley Wright-Phillips celebrated his 100th Major League Soccer goal in true style.
Since leaving England for U.S.A in 2013, Wright-Phillips has been scoring goals at an alarming rate for New York Red Bulls.
And he's continued his prolific form in the 2018 season, chipping in with an impressive 14 goals from 20 games.
The ex-Manchester City academy product bagged his 100th MLS goal last night against DC United with a tidy finish, and, as a result, he became the fastest player to reach that mighty landmark.
He's netted 100 goals in 159 appearances.
After finding the back of the net against DC United, the English striker wheeled away in celebration by removing his No.99 match shirt to unveil another shirt with the number 100 printed on the back.
Bradley Wright-Phillips took off his 99 shirt to celebrate his 100th MLS goal :100::clap: pic.twitter.com/6Pzilyz5ph- B/R Football (@brfootball) July 26, 2018
Two days ago, it marked Wright-Phillips' arrival back in 2013, and he's since entered the record books.
Great achievement, Bradley lad. Keep banging in them goals.