All Whites winger Logan Rogerson is enjoying a run of good form for his Finnish club FC Haka, scoring a spectacular goal in his side’s latest win.
He opened the scoring for Haka with a blistering shot in the 7th minute against mid-table Oulu.
Hamilton-born Rogers (24) broke down the right, shimmied past two players and struck a screamer of a shot high into the net.
FC Haka won the home game 3-2 to hold on to fourth place in Finland’s Premier League, known as the Veikkausliiga.
Another New Zealander with FC Haka is Wellington-born midfielder Oliver Whyte (22) who joined them this year after spells with Miramar Rangers and Team Wellington.
Like Rogerson, Whyte was a youth player at the Wellington Phoenix.
Watch Rogerson’s goal
Rogerson, who has represented New Zealand at U-17, U-20, U-23 and full international level, started his career as a youth player with Hamilton’s Wanderers SC.
He spent three seasons with Wellington Phoenix before moving to German third-tier club Carl Jeiss Jena.
He returned to New Zealand for two seasons with Auckland City and then left for Finland where he has played for Klubi O4, HJK Helsinki and FC Haka who he joined this year.