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U.S. ABROAD (Chile, Netherlands, Germany): Catolica loses in Libertadores Cup)
February 28th, 2002 12AM

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Wednesday, Feb. 27: Dutch League: = John OGBrien (Ajax Amsterdam/D1) vs. Fortuna Sittard (1-1) Started: 56 minutes. Replaced in the by Ahmed Hossam Mido four minutes after receiving a yellow card. A tie at lowly Sittard puts first-place AjaxGs lead over PSV at 4 points. Libertadores Cup: = Jonny Walker (Universidad Catolica/D1) vs. Olimpia (0-1) Started: 90 minutes. After starting its Libertadores Cup campaign with a win in Brazil over Flamengo, Catolica lost its first home game since May 2001. Olimpia is in first place of Group 8 with a 2-0-0 (win-loss-tie) record, followed by Catolica (1-1-0), Flamengo (1-2-0) and Once Caldas (1-2-0). Germany Hannover (Steve Cherundolo, Conor Casey) had its game against Oberhausen postponed a second time because of weather conditions. It has been rescheduled for March 20.


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