United States midfielder Gio Reyna recorded an assist for Borussia Dortmund in his first Bundesliga start Saturday.

Reyna, 17, set up Erling Haaland's first goal in the 30th minute of Dortmund's 2-0 win against RB Leipzig, a victory that clinched second place in Germany's top professional flight.

Reyna had been scheduled to start when the league resumed play from the coronavirus stoppage on May 16 at Schalke, but he was injured during warm-ups.

He made his Dortmund debut in January and scored his first professional goal on Feb. 4 against Werder Bremen. He also scored a goal in his Champions League debut on Feb. 18 against Paris Saint-Germain.

Reyna has competed for the U.S. youth teams since 2016. His father is Claudio Reyna, a longtime member of the U.S. Men's National Team, and his mother is former U.S. Women's National Team member Danielle Egan.

--Field Level Media

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