Young winger scored his first professional goal against Plymouth
- A look at Aaron Rowe
- Young Terrier scored his first professional goal against Plymouth
- Winger made his First Team debut against AFC Bournemouth in 2019
20-year-old winger Aaron Rowe scored his first professional goal for Huddersfield Town in the Emirates FA Cup against Plymouth Argyle on Saturday!
The Young Terrier opened his scorecard for the senior side in the 32nd minute at the John Smith’s Stadium when he powered an amazing effort into the far top corner after cutting in from the right!
You can watch his unbelievable strike below!
Rowe’s goal was yet another highlight to add to an impressive season so far for the youngster. Not only has Rowe appeared on the bench for the First Team on several occasions, he’s also represented the Club’s B Team and Under-19s side.
His most recent Academy goal, against Scunthorpe United, was nominated for December Goal of the Month!
The winger’s competitive bow for the First Team actually came back in March 2019 when he replaced Elias Kachunga as a 76th minute substitute against AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League. His debut made him become the first player to feature for Town’s First Team who was born in the 2000s!
His first professional start came a week later, against West Ham in a 4-3 defeat at the London Stadium.
Originally from London, Rowe joined the Terriers in February 2018 following a successful trial period. Prior to joining the winger was on the books at Leyton Orient’s Academy, where he played with fellow Town Academy striker Micah Obiero.
The youngster signed his first professional contract at the end of March 2019 with a deal that runs until 30 June 2022.