Thursday, December 2 2021

Revs midfielder Buchanan added to Canadian national team originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

A second member of the New England Revolution has been recalled by their respective national team ahead of World Cup qualifying.

On the same day that goalkeeper Matt Turner was recalled by the US men’s national team, Revs midfielder Tajon Buchanan was added to the roster for the Canadian national team ahead of September’s CONCACAF qualifiers, the club announced.

Buchanan, 22, has scored six goals and added four assists for the first-place Revolution in 2021.

Revs goalie Turner recalled to USMNT

Earlier this week, Buchanan completed his transfer to Belgian club Brugge KV, but will remain in New England on loan through the remainder of the season.

In nine appearances for Team Canada, all in 2021, Buchanan has a goal and three assists. 

Source: Yahoo Sports

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