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Acuna and Buddle get second goals
February 27th, 2011 7:37PM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] California-born Isaac Acuna, 21, scored in his second straight game for Mexican First Division club Queretaro in its 1-1 tie with Cruz Azul. Edson Buddle scored his second goal for German second division club FC Ingolstadt in its 4-1 win at Karlsruhe, which started Luis Robles in goal.

Acuna, who was born in Imperial, joined Queretaro on loan from Club America.

The win moved Buddle's FC Ingolstadt to within three points of 16th-place Karlsruhe in the 18-team Bundesliga 2. The bottom two teams go down, and the 16th-place team moves into a promotion/relegation playoff.

England (Premier League)
Man. City 1 Fulham 1
Clint Dempsey-Fulham (90 minutes)

Newcastle 1 Bolton Wanderers 1

Stuart Holden-Bolton Wanderers (90 minutes)

West Ham 3 Liverpool 1

Jonathan Spector-West Ham (sub: 8 minutes)

Aston Villa 4 Blackburn Rovers 1

Jermaine Jones-Blackburn Rovers (90 minutes)
Brad Friedel-Aston Villa (90 minutes)

Everton 2 Sunderland 0
Tim Howard-Everton (90 minutes)

England (League Championship)
Swansea City 3 Leeds 0
Eric Lichaj-Leeds (90 minutes)

Barnsley 0 Norwich City 2

Zak Whitbread-Norwich City (90 minutes)

Burnley 1 Preston North End

Eddie Johnson-Preston North End (sub: 21 minutes)

Hull City 0 Cardiff City 2
Brad Guzan-Hull City (90 minutes)

France (Ligue 1)
Nice 2 St. Etienne 0
Carlos Bocanegra-St. Etienne (90 minutes)

Germany (Bundesliga 1)
St. Pauli 0 Hannover 96 1
Steve Cherundolo-Hannover 96 (90 minutes)

Schalke 04 1 Nuremberg 1

Timothy Chandler-Nuremberg (90 minutes)

Germany (Bundesliga 2)
FC Ingolstadt 4 Karlsruhe 1
Luis Robles-Karlsruhe (90 minutes)
Edson Buddle-FC Ingolstadt (14 minutes, 1 goal)

1860 Munich 1 Union Berlin 0
Bobby Wood-1860 Munich (sub: 16 minutes)

Scotland (Premier League)
Rangers 4 St. Johnstone 0
Maurice Edu-Rangers (90 minutes)

Mexico (First Division)
Pachuca 0 San Luis 0
Jose Torres-Pachuca (90 minutes)

Queretaro 1 Cruz Azul 1

Isaac Acuna-Queretaro (sub: 31 minutes, 1 goal)

Morelia 2 Atlante 1

Sonny Guadarrama-Atlante (sub: 36 minutes)

Netherlands (Eredivisie)
AZ 2 FC Twente 1
Oguchi Onyewu-FC Twente (90 minutes)

Turkey (Bank Asya 1. League)
Belediyespor 0 Rizespor 0
Freddy Adu-Rizespor (55 minutes)



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