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Donovan and Howard fall in FA Cup
by Paul Kennedy, January 24th, 2010 7AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Landon Donovan suffered his first defeat since joining Everton when the Toffees fell at home to Birmingham City, 2-1, in the fourth round of the English FA Cup on Saturday. For all the Americans in action on Friday and Saturday ...

Donovan had two chances, both on headers, in his 76 minutes of play, while Tim Howard was in goal for Everton, which lost for the first time in more than a month.

ENGLAND (FA Cup)
Landon Donovan, 76 minutes (Everton, 1-2, vs. Birmingham City)
Brad Guzan, 90 minutes (Aston Villa, 3-2, vs. Brighton)
Tim Howard
, 90 minutes (Everton, 1-2, vs. Birmingham City)

ENGLAND (League Championship)
Jay DeMerit, 90 minutes (Watford, 2-3, at Blackpool)

FRANCE (Cup)
Carlos Bocanegra, 90 minutes (Rennes, 4-0, at Saumur)

GERMANY (Bundesliga 1)
Michael Bradley, 90 minutes (Bor. M'Gladbach, 0-0 at Hertha Berlin)
Steven Cherundolo, 90 minutes (Hannover 96, 0-1 at Mainz)

MEXICO (Primera, Torneo Bicentenario 2010)
Edgar Castillo, 90 minutes (Tigres, 1-3 vs. Guadalajara)
Herculez Gomez
, sub: 34 minutes (Puebla, 3-2 at Estudiantes Tecos)
Jose Francisco Torres, 70 minutes (Pachuca, 0-1 at Queretaro)


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