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Bradley debuts in Bundesliga
September 22nd, 2008 7AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Michael Bradley made his German Bundesliga debut. For more on how Americans fared in foreign leagues last weekend. ...

Bradley, 21, started and played 65 minutes in Borussia Moenchengladbach's 1-0 loss to Hertha Berlin. Gladbach is in 16th place of the 18-team league with four losses and one win.

Also in Germany, 21-year-old Californian Sal Zizzo made his season debut for Hannover 96 as a 50th minute sub in a 4-0 loss to Bayer Leverkusen. Hannover's Steve Cherundolo missed the game because of an abdominal strain. Zizzo played in two Bundesliga games last season.

In England, Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Friedel gave up a rebound that led to West Brom's consolation goal but he also made key saves in the 2-1 win that kept Villa in fourth place of the English Premier League.

Everton, with goalkeeper Tim Howard, moved up to ninth place despite a 2-2 tie with Hull.

Clint Dempsey stayed on the Fulham bench in a 1-0 loss at Blackburn.

In Scotland, DaMarcus Beasley played the first 72 minutes and Maurice Edu stayed in the bench as Glasgow Rangers beat Motherwell, 2-1, at home.

In Spain, Jozy Altidore did not see action in Villarreal's 2-1 win at Numancia.

In France, Carlos Bocanegra went the distance in Rennes' scoreless tie at Nancy. Freddy Adu did not see action in Monaco's 0-0 tie with Marseille.

In Belgium, Oguchi Onyewu helped defending champ Standard Liege to a 1-0 win at Tibuzi that moved it into second place.

In Mexico, Michael Orozco made his first appearance of the season for San Luis, and went the full 90 in a 1-0 win at UNAM.



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