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Michael Bradley scores in Gladbach win [VIDEO]
by Paul Kennedy, December 14th, 2009 7AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Michael Bradley scored what proved to be the deciding goal in Borussia Moenchengladbach's 5-3 win over Hannover 96 in German Bundesliga action.

The goal was Bradley's second of the Bundesliga season for Gladbach, which moved up to 11th place in the 18-team league with one game to go before the winter break.

Steven Cherundolo started for Hannover.

Gladbach benefited from three own goals in the game.

Tunisian central defender Karim Hagguis twice put the ball into his own goal, and Constant Djakpa added a third own goal.

"We saw a crazy, curious match," said Hannover coach Andreas Bergmann. "It's unbelievable we scored six goals and lost the match. I don't think we'll forget this match any time soon."

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