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Mexico's Torneo Apertura ends for Torres, Gomez and Castillo
by Paul Kennedy, November 22nd, 2010 12:32AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Mexico's Torneo Apertura is over for the three Americans in action in the playoffs. Jose Francisco Torres started and Herculez Gomez came off the bench in Pachuca's 3-3 tie with Monterrey on Sunday, while Edgar Castillo played the first half for San Luis in its 4-1 loss to Club America. Goals by Americans abroad came from teenager Joshua Gatt and Nigerian-American Babajide Ogunbiyi this weekend.  For more updates on Americans abroad ...

-- U.S. international Stuart Holden had another excellent game in midfield for rampaging Bolton Wanderers in its 5-1 win over Newcastle that left it in the top four in the English Premier League.

-- Gatt scored his third goal for Cashpoint SCR Altach in its 4-0 win over FC Trenkwalder Admiral in their top-of-the-standings clash that left the teams tied in Austria's second division.

-- In Denmark's second division, U.S. international Benny Feilhaber missed a last-minute penalty kick in first-place Aarhus GF's 1-0 loss to Bronshoj, while Ogunbiyi scored in Viborg FF's 3-2 loss to FC Vestsjaelland.

Americans Abroad
Austria (tipp3-Bundesliga)
Friday:
Cashpoint SCR Altach 4 FC Trenkwalder Admira 0
Joshua Gatt-Cashpoint SCR Altach (90  minutes, 1 goal)

Belgium (Jupiler League)
Saturday:
Germinal Beerschot 0 Anderlecht 1
Sacha Kljestan-Anderlecht (sub: 64 minutes)

Denmark (SAS-Ligaen)
Sunday:
FC Copenhagen 2 FC Nordsjaelland 1

Michael Parkhurst-FC Nordsjaelland (90 minutes)

Denmark (Viasat Sport Divisionen)
Saturday:
Bronshoj 1 Aarhus GF 0
Benny Feilhaber-
Aarhus GF (90 minutes)

FC Vestsjaelland 3 Viborg FF 2
Babajide Ogunbiyi-
Viborg FF (90 minutes, 1 goal)

England (Premier League)
Sunday:
Blackburn 2 Aston Villa 0
Brad Friedel-
Aston Villa (90 minutes)

Fulham 1 Man. City 4
Clint Dempsey-
Fulham (90 minutes)

Saturday:
Blackpool 2 Wolves 1
Marcus Hahnemann
-Wolves (90 minutes)

Bolton Wanderers 5 Newcastle 1
Stuart Holden-
Bolton Wanderers (90 minutes)

France (Ligue 1)
Saturday:
St. Etienne 1 Auxerre 1
Carlos Bocanegra-
St. Etienne (90 minutes)

Germany (Bundesliga 1)
Saturday:
Borussia M'Gladbach 2 Mainz 3
Michael Bradley-Borussia M'Gladbach (88 minutes)

Germany (Bundesliga 2)
Sunday:
Augsburg 3 Karlsruhe 1
Luis Robles-
Karlsruhe (90 minutes)

Mexico (Torneo Apertura)
Quarterfinals, Second Leg
Sunday:
Monterrey 3 Pachuca 3

Jose Francisco Torres-Pachuca (90 minutes)
Herculez Gomez-Pachuca (sub: 33 minutes)

Saturday:
Club America 4 San Luis 1
(Club America wins 4-1 on aggregate.)
Edgar Castillo-San Luis (45 minutes)

Quarterfinals, First Leg
Thursday:
Pachuca 1 Monterrey 1

Jose Francisco Torres-Pachuca (90 minutes)
Herculez Gomez-Pachuca (sub: 30 minutes)

Wednesday:
San Luis 0 Club America 0
Edgar Castillo-San Luis (88 minutes)

Poland (Ekstraklasa)
Belchatow 3 Polonia Warsaw 2
Belchatow-Jeremiah White (sub: 10 minutes)

Russia (Premier League)
Saturday:
Sibir Novosibirsk 0 FK Tom Tomsk 1

Eugeni Starikov-FK Tom Tomsk (87 minutes)



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