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Teen Gatt gets first start in Norway
by Paul Kennedy, April 3rd, 2011 10:56PM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Josh Gatt, 19, made his first start for Molde since joining the Norwegian Tippeligaen club in its 2-2 tie with Tromso. The Scottish Premier League title bid of Maurice Edu's Rangers took a hit when it fell at home to Dundee United, 3-2. Edu assisted on the second goal for Rangers, which now trails Celtic by two points. Edson Buddle, who returned to Germany instead of playing in the USA-Paraguay friendly, started for FC Ingolstadt in its 2-1 win at Energie Cottbus, its third straight away win. For all the Americans abroad in weekend action ...

Denmark (SAS-Ligaen)
Horsens 0 FC Nordsjaelland 0
Michael Parkhurst-FC Nordsjaelland (sub: 45 minutes)

Aalborg 0 OB 1
Chris Rolfe-Aalborg (sub: 15 minutes)

England (Premier League)
Everton 2 Aston Villa 2
Tim Howard-Everton (90 minutes)
Brad Friedel-Aston Villa (90 minutes)

Fulham 3 Blackpool 0
Clint Dempsey-Fulham (90 minutes)

Arsenal 0 Blackburn Rovers 0
Jermaine Jones-Blackburn Rovers (89 minutes)

England (Premier League Championship)
Norwich City 6 Scunthorpe 0
Zak Whitbread-Norwich City (90 minutes)

Hull City 0 Millwall 1
Brad Guzan-Hull City (90 minutes)

Preston North End 2 Swansea City 1
Eddie Johnson-Preston North End (59 minutes)

Leeds United 4 Nott. Forest 1
Eric Lichaj-Leeds (90 minutes)

France (Ligue 1)
St. Etienne 1 Valenciennes 1
Carlos Bocanegra-St. Etienne  (90 minutes)

Wolfsburg 1 Ein. Frankfurt 1
Ricardo Clark-Ein. Frankfurt (90 minutes)

Bor. Dortmund 4 Hannover 96 1
Steve Cherundolo-Hannover 96 (90 minutes)

Germany (Bundesliga 2)
Karlsruhe 2 VfB Osnabrueck 2
Luis Robles-Karlsruhe (sub: 34 minutes)

Duisburg 1 Fuerth 2
David Yelldell-Duisburg (90 minutes)

Energie Cottbus 1 FC Ingolstadt 2
Edson Buddle-FC Ingolstad (66 minutes)

Mexico (First Division)
Morelia 1 Pachuca 3
Jose Torres-Pachuca (67 minutes)

Norway (Tippeligaen)
Molde 2 Tromso 2
Josh Gatt-Molde (78 minutes)

Rosenborg 1 Stabaek 2
Mikkel Diskerud-Stabaek (90 minutes)

Scotland (Premier League)
Rangers 2 Dundee United 3
Maurice Edu-Rangers (90 minutes)

Turkey (Super Lig)
Fenerbahce 0 Bursaspor 0
Jozy Altidore-Bursaspor (4 minutes)

Turkey (Bank Asya 1. League)
Mersin Idmanyurdu 3 Rizespor 0
Freddy Adu-Rizespor (sub: 32 minutes)



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