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U.S. national team weekend
March 13th, 2010 5:36PM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD]Eleven Americans, most likely selections for the U.S. World Cup team, were in action abroad on Saturday but only Marcus Hahnemann (Wolves) and Steve Cherundolo (Hannover) were winners. Hahnemann went the entire way in Wolves' 2-1 win at Burnley, while Hannover won its second straight game since the return of Cherundolo, who came on in the second half of its 2-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt. Here's how U.S. national team players did in Saturday action abroad ...

ENGLAND, Premier League
Jozy Altidore, 82 minutes (Hull City, 1-2, vs. Arsenal)
Landon Donovan, sub: 23 minutes (Everton, 2-2, at Birmingham)
Brad Friedel, 90 minutes (Aston Villa, 0-0, at Stoke City)
Marcus Hahnemann, 90 minutes (Wolves, 2-1, at Burnley)
Tim Howard, 90 minutes (Everton, 2-2, at Birmingham)
Jonathan Spector, 90 minutes (West Ham, 1-4, at Chelsea)

ENGLAND, Championship League
Jay DeMerit, 90 minutes (Watford, 0-1, at Peterborough)

GERMANY, Bundesiga 1
Michael Bradley, 90 minutes (Bor. M'Gladbach, 0-4, vs. Wolfsburg)
Steve Cherundolo
, sub: 35 minutes (Hannover, 2-1, vs. Eintracht Frankfurt)

MEXICO, First Division
Edgar Castillo, 90 minutes (Tigres, 0-1, vs. Atlas)
Jose Francisco Torres
, 90 minutes (Pachuca, 0-3, vs. Santos)



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