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Americans in lose Germany; Johnson makes Greek league debut
January 18th, 2010 7AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Both Michael Bradley and Steve Cherundolo were on the losing end when the Bundesliga returned from its winter break last weekend. Their teams lost at home to teams at the bottom of the standings. Eddie Johnson debuted for Greek club Aris while his teammate Freddy Adu stayed on the bench. Marcus Hahnemann saved a penalty kick during a Wolves' loss.

GERMANY
Michael Bradley/Borussia M'Gladbach (90 minutes): Gladbach 1 Bochum 2
Gladbach fell at home to a Bochum team that entered the game in 16th place and moved out of the relegation zone with the win. Gladbach stayed in 11th place.

Steve Cherundolo/Hannover 96 (54 minutes): Hannover 96 0 Hertha Berlin 3.
Hannover dropped into the relegation zone with a loss to last-place Hertha, which had won just once previously this season.

ENGLAND
Landon Donovan/Everton (90 minutes): Everton 2 Manchester City 0

Tim Howard/Everton (90 minutes): Everton 2 Manchester City 0
Everton ended Man City's four-gamee win streak.

Clint Dempsey/Fulham (62 minutes): Blackburn 2 Fulham 0.
Dempsey will undergo a scan on Monday to assess the severity of his knee injury.

Jonathan Spector/West Ham (90 minutes): Aston Villa 0 West Ham 0

Brad Friedel/Aston Villa (90 minutes): Aston Villa 0 West Ham 0

Marcus Hahnemann/Wolves (90 minutes): Wolves 0 Wigan 2
Hahnemann saved a penalty kick by Hugo Rodallega.

Jay DeMerit/Watford (90 minutes): Doncaster 2 Watford 1.
Watford is 14th in the second division.

GREECE
Eddie Johnson/Aris (12 minutes): Ioannina 0 Aris 1.
Johnson made his league debut after making a late appearance as a sub last week in the Greek Cup. Freddy Adu stayed on Aris' bench.

MEXICO
Jose Francisco Torres/Pachuca (29 minutes): Pachuca 3 Estudiantes 0
Edgar Castillo/Tigres (90 minutes): Puebla 0 Tigres 1
Herculez Gomez/Puebla (38 minutes): Puebla 0 Tigres 1
The 6-year MLS veteran who joined Puebla from Kansas City made his Mexican league debut.

 



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