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Horan scores two goals for PSG
October 8th, 2012 9:33PM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD-UPDATED] Teenager Lindsey Horan scored two goals for Paris St. Germain in its 6-0 win at Toulouse in France's Ligue 1 Feminine (some French media credited Horan with a hat trick).

Goalie Libby Stout was outstanding for Yzeure in its 1-0 win over Juvisy that moved it into third place in the French league.

In midweek UEFA Women's Champions League action ...

-- Christen Press scored in FC Gothenburg's 3-0 victory over Spartak Subotica to win their round-of-32 series, 4-0, on aggregate. Cam Levin, Yael Averbuch and Ingrid Wells also started for FC Gothenburg.

-- Other Americans to start on teams that went through to the final 16 included Tiffany Weimer (Fortuna Hjorring) and Alyssa Naeher and Keelin Winters (Turbine Potsdam). Teresa Noyola scored for ADO Den Haag in its 2-1 win at Russia's Rossiyanka, but the win could not make up for the 4-1 deficit from the first leg.

Finland, Naisten Liiga
Vikki Alonzo (47 minutes), Pallokissat, 0-1 vs. Aland United
Janelle Cordia (90 minutes), Aland United, 1-0 at Pallokissat
Monica Dolinsky (90 minutes, 1 goal), Kokkola F10, 4-3 vs. Honka
Mallori Lofton-Malachi (90 minutes), Aland United, 1-0 at Pallokissat
Manya Makoski (90 minutes), Aland United, 1-0 at Pallokissat

France, Division 1 Féminine
Lindsey Horan (90 minutes, 3 goals), Paris Saint-Germain, 6-0 at Toulouse
Libby Stout (90 minutes), Yzeure, 1-0 vs. Juvisy

Netherlands, BeNe League Orange
CoCo Goodson (90 minutes), FC Twente, 2-1 vs. ADO Den Hague
Elizabeth Guess (sub: 33 minutes), ADO Den Hague, 1-2 at FC Twente
Teresa Noyola (90 minutes), ADO Den Hague, 1-2 at FC Twente
Brittany Persaud (90 minutes), ADO Den Hague, 1-2 at FC Twente

Norway, Toppserien
Ashley Nick (90 minutes), Arna Bjornar, 1-1 vs. Roa
Shannon Smyth (90 minutes), Amazon Grimstad, 1-2 vs. Sandviken
Lindsay Taylor (sub: 36 minutes), Arna Bjornar, 1-1 vs. Roa

Sweden, Damallsvenskan
Danesha Adams (90 minutes), Vittsjo, 0-1 vs. KIF Orebro
Yael Averbuch (90 minutes), FC Gothenburg, 0-1 vs. LDB Malmo
Laura Chalupny (90 minutes, 1 goal), AIK, 3-2 vs. Jitex
Kendall Fletcher (90 minutes), Vittsjo, 0-1 vs. KIF Orebro
Meghan Klingenberg (sub: 45 minutes), Tyreso, 0-2 at Djurgarden
Cam Levin (90 minutes), FC Gothenburg, 0-1 vs. LDB Malmo
Christen Press (90 minutes), FC Gothenburg, 0-1 vs. LDB Malmo
Ingrid Wells (90 minutes), FC Gothenburg, 0-1 vs. LDB Malmo



1 comment
  1. David Huff
    commented on: October 9, 2012 at 5:39 p.m.
    Why is Teresa Noyola listed as being under "Americans Abroad"?!? She was born in Mexico City, D.F., and started playing for the Mexican Women's senior team in 2010 after switching over from previously playing for several US Youth nationals. Under FIFA rules, she can no longer play for the US.


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