Whether for club or country, Adam Buksa just can't stop scoring.
Buksa made the most of an 18-minute substitute appearance on Saturday night in Warsaw, scoring Poland's fourth goal in a 5-0 win over San Marino. The 25-year-old striker now has five goals in four senior appearances with Poland - including four in just 63 minutes of action against San Marino - while he has also been red hot with the New England Revolution, scoring five goals in his last six MLS appearances.
All told, Buksa has a combined 10 goals and one assist in his last 10 appearances for the Revs and Poland.
Saturday's win helped Poland (4-1-2, 14 pts.) keep pace in Group I of UEFA World Cup Qualifying, just one point back of Albania (5-2-0, 15 pts.) and five points behind first-place England (6-0-1, 19 pts.). Buksa and Poland will visit Albania for a pivotal match on Tuesday, October 12 (2:45 p.m. ET, ESPN+).
Matt Turner was in action on Sunday night, making his 11th straight start for the U.S. Men's National Team but suffering his first loss at the international level, 1-0 on the road in Panama. Turner kept it scoreless through halftime with a pair of sharp saves, but Nashville SC midfielder Anibal Godoy scored the game's only goal in the 54th minute as the Americans failed to register a shot on target.
Sunday's loss dropped the U.S. (2-1-2, 8 pts.) to second place in the final round of Concacaf World Cup Qualifying ahead of a massive home meeting with Costa Rica on Wednesday, October 13, at Lower.com Field in Columbus (7 p.m. ET, ESPN2, UniMas, TUDN).
Tajon Buchanan, meanwhile, was suspended (yellow card accumulation) for Canada's 0-0 road draw with Jamaica, keeping the Canadians (1-0-4, 7 pts.) unbeaten in the Octagonal and in fourth place. Buchanan will be eligible to return on Wednesday when Canada hosts Panama (7:30 p.m. ET, Paramount+).