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American Soccer Scoreboard: Thursday
August 26th, 2010 6:48PM

TAGS:  americans abroad, europa league


Jozy Altidore started for Spanish club Villarreal in its 2-1 win at Dnepr Transmash of Belarus that put it through to the next stage of the Europa League. Brad Guzan conceded two goals in the last 15 minutes and Aston Villa lost to Rapid Vienna, 3-2, at home and went out 4-3 on aggregate. It marked the second year in a row Rapid knocked out Villa. For all the Thursday action ...

Thursday Results:
Concacaf Champions League
Municipal 1 Joe Public 1
MUN -- Mario Rodriguez 77
JP -- Miqueas Lewis 90

Saprissa 4 Marathon 1
MAR -- Mario Berrios 32
SAP -- Alejandro Sequeira 34
SAP -- Jairo Arrieta 52
SAP -- Josue Martinez 77
SAP -- Armando Alonso 86

Toluca  4 Olimpia 0
TOL -- Juan Cuevas 3
TOL -- Juan Cuevas 10
TOL -- Hector Mancilla 63
TOL -- own goal 85

Group A
3 Real Salt Lake 1-0-1
3 Arabe Unido 1-0-1
3 FC Toronto 1-0-1
3 Cruz Azul 1-0-1
Group B
6 Santos 2-0-0
3 Columbus Crew 1-0-1
1 Municipal 0-1-1
1 Joe Public 0-1-1
Group C
6 Monterrey 2-0-0
3 Saprissa 1-0-1
3 Marathon 1-0-1
0 Seattle Sounders 0-0-2
Group D
4 Toluca 1-1-0
4 Puerto Rico Islanders 1-1-0
1 FAS 0-1-1
1 Olimpia 0-1-1

Americans Abroad
Europa League
Dnepr Transmash 1 Villarreal 2
(Villarreal wins 7-1 on aggregate.)
Jozy Altidore-
Villarreal (72 minutes)

Aston Villa 2 Rapid Vienna 3
(Rapid Vienna wins 4-3 on aggregate.)
Brad Guzan-Aston Villa (90 minutes)

D-2 Pro League
Portland Timbers 1 Austin Aztex 1. Att.: 14,985.
POR -- Bright Dike 4
AUS -- Sullivan Silva (Eddie Johnson) 26

NASL Conference
Vancouver 9-3-12
34 Carolina 9-7-7
28 Montreal 7-10-7
24 CP Baltimore 6-12-6
22 AC St. Louis 5-11-7
20 Miami FC 3-10-11
USL Conference
48 Rochester 14-5-6
45 Austin 13-3-6
35 Portland 9-7-8
29 Puerto Rico 7-7-8
28 NSC Minnesota 7-11-7
27 Tampa Bay 6-9-9

Leading Scorers:
13 Ryan Pore (Portland)
10 Eddie Johnson (Austin)
9 Aaron King (Tampa Bay)
8+1 Etienne Barbara (Carolina)
8 Paulo Araujo Jr. (Miami FC)
7 Mike Ambersley (AC St. Louis)
7 David Foley (Puerto Rico)
7 Maxwell Griffin (Austin)

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