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Freeman scores winner for Start
April 25th, 2010 5:03PM

TAGS:  americans abroad, norway


[AMERICANS ABROAD] Right back Hunter Freeman scored the winning goal for IK Start in its 2-0 win over Honeloss that moved it into a tie for fourth place in Norway's Tippeligaen.

U.S. World Cup team candidate Clarence Goodson played alongside Freeman on the Start backline.

The goal was Freeman's second in two seasons at Start.

Start has four wins, three ties and only one loss in eight games.

April 25 in Kristiansand
IK Start 2 Honeloss 0. Goals Freeman 25, Selvmal 90.
IK Start -- Hoie, Freeman, Goodson, Borgersen, Vikstol, Bolanos, Owello (Milicevic, 52), Kleiven, Borufsen (Haestad, 78), Arst, Mathisen.
Honeloss -- Solvoll, Sigurdsson, Lafton, Christian, Steffensen, Bolseth, Bangura, Obifuele, Byfuglien (Jensen, 87), Angan, Saaaliti (Lafton, 72).
Referee: Tommy Skjerven.

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