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Bradley scores again; Dempsey's streak ends
September 24th, 2007 7AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD/VIDEO] A week after getting his first Dutch Eredivisie goal, Michael Bradley pounced on a rebound to score his second in Heereveen's 3-2 loss to Utrecht. On-fire Bradley had scored twice on Thursday in a 5-2 UEFA Cup win over Swedish club Helsingborg. Clint Dempsey, who scored a goal in each of Fulham's last three games, came up empty in a 3-3 tie with Manchester City.

Click HERE for video of Bradley's goal against Utrecht

Defender Carlos Bocanegra, like Dempsey, went the distance for Fulham while keeper Kasey Keller remained on the bench.

Derby's Eddie Lewis (90 minutes) and Benny Feilhaber (56th minute sub) took a 5-0 beating from Arsenal. Derby is in last place.

Keeper Marcus Hahnemann was lucky not be called for a penalty kick and 63rd minute sub Bobby Convey nearly scored in Reading's 2-1 win over Wigan. The win ended a three-game losing streak for Reading in which Hahnemann had given up eight goals and moved Reading out of the relegation zone.

Goalkeeper Brad Friedel was beaten by Nwankwo Kanu in Blackburn's 1-0 loss to Portsmouth.

Defender Jonathan Spector was an 80th minute sub for West Ham in its 3-1 loss to Newcastle. All goals had been scored by the time he entered.

In Mexico, Edgar Castillo got his ninth straight start as Santos remained undefeated with a 4-1 win over Puebla. Castillo was subbed in the 64th minute.

Michael Orozco went 90 minutes for San Luis in a 2-1 win over Club America.

Jesus Padilla
was a 71st minute sub in Chivas Guadalajara's 1-0 loss to Toluca.

In Germany, Steve Cherundolo played his usual 90 minutes at right back for Hannover 96, which fell, 3-0, to Bayer Leverkusen.

In the German Second Division, defender Gregg Berhalter and forward Josh Wolff went the distance in 1860 Munich's 2-1 win over St. Pauli. Their team is in first place. Former U.S. U-17 defender Neven Subotic made his sixth appearance of the season Mainz 05's 2-0 loss to Kicks Offenbach.



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