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U.S. national team weekend
April 5th, 2010 12:52AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Tim Howard saved a penalty kick by Egyptian Mido in the first half of Everton's 2-2 tie with West Ham. Jonathan Spector played the entire game for the Hammers, who moved a point outside the relegation zone. Clint Dempsey also played 90 minutes for Fulham, which beat Wigan, 2-1. Here's how U.S. national team players did in weekend action abroad ...

ENGLAND, Premier League
Jozy Altidore, sub: 25 minutes (Hull City, 0-2, at Stoke City)
Sunday: Clint Dempsey, 90 minutes (Fulham, 2-1, vs. Wigan)
Brad Friedel
, 90 minutes (Aston Villa, 1-0, at Bolton Wanderers)
Marcus Hahnemann, 90 minutes (Wolves, 0-1, at Arsenal)
Sunday: Tim Howard, 90 minutes (Everton, 2-2, vs. West Ham)
Sunday: Jonathan Spector, 90 minutes (West Ham, 2-2, at Everton)

DENMARK, Super Ligaen
Sunday: Benny Feilhaber, sub: 74 minutes (AGF, 0-0, vs. Randers)

ENGLAND, League Championship
Kenny Cooper, sub: 9 minutes (Plymouth, 2-1, at Doncaster)

FRANCE, Ligue 1
Carlos Bocanegra, 90 minutes (Rennes, 1-2, vs. Lyon)

GERMANY, Bundesliga 1
Sunday: Steve Cherundolo, 90 minutes (Hannover, 0-0, at Hamburg)
Michael Bradley
, 88 minutes (Bor. M'Gladbach, 1-2, at VfB Stuttgart)

MEXICO, Torneo Bicentenario
Herculez Gomez, sub: 45 minutes (1 goal) (Puebla, 1-1, at Morelia)
Jose Francisco Torres
, 90 minutes (Pachuca, 2-1, at Indios)

SCOTLAND, Premier League
Maurice Edu, 90 minutes (1 goal) (Rangers, 1-0, vs. Hamilton)



0 comments
  1. Joe Grady
    commented on: April 5, 2010 at 9:51 a.m.
    Fridel is not part of the National team anymore, so while your title of american's abroad is accurate, the Headline of U.S. National Team weekend, is not.


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