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Holden headed to Wembley
by Paul Kennedy, March 13th, 2011 6:59PM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] U.S. national team midfielder Stuart Holden is headed to Wembley. He helped Bolton Wanderers win, 3-2, at Birmingham City in the FA Cup quarterfinals and reach the final four for the first time in 11 years.

South Korean Lee Chung-yong scored on a header in the 90th minute to give Bolton the win after it twice blew leads.

Ricardo Clark returned to the starting lineup at Eintracht Frankfurt after being out with a fractured cheekbone and played the first half in its 2-1 loss at Schalke 04.

Belgium (Jupiler League)
Eupen 1 Anderlecht 1
Sacha Kljestan-Anderlecht (90 minutes)

England (FA Cup)
Stoke City 2 West Ham United 1
Jonathan Spector-
West Ham United (sub: 55 minutes)

Birmingham 2 Bolton Wanderers 3

Stuart Holden-Bolton Wanderers (90 minutes)

England (League Championship)
Leeds 0 Ipswich Town 0
Eric Lichaj-Leeds (90 minutes)

Derby County 2 Swansea 1
Conor Doyle-Derby County (sub: 40 minutes)

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

Germany (Bundesliga 1)
Schalke 04 2 Eintracht Frankfurt 1
Ricardo Clark-
Eintracht Frankfurt (45 minutes)

FC Cologne 4 Hannover 96 0

Steve Cherundolo-Hannover 96 (90 minutes)

Wolfsburg 1 Nuremberg 2
Timothy Chandler-Nuremberg (90 minutes)

Germany (Bundesliga 2)
FSV Frankfurt 1 FC Ingolstadt 2
Edson Buddle-FC Ingolstadt (sub: 18 minutes)

Mexico (First Division)
Pachuca 0 Atlante 4
Jose Torres-Pachuca (90 minutes)
Hercules Gomez-Pachuca (sub: 32 minutes)

Queretaro 2 Puebla 1
Isaac Acuna-Queretaro (90 minutes, 1 goal)

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

Scotland (Premier League)
Rangers 2 Kilmarnock 1
Maurice Edu-Rangers (90 minutes)

Turkey (Super Lig)
Kardemir Karabuk 1 Bursaspor 1
Jozy Altidore-Bursaspor (71 minutes)

Turkey (Bank Asya 1. League)
Giresunspor 0 Rizespor 0
Freddy Adu-Rizespor (69 minutes)



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