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Klingenberg, Marta and Company win Swedish title
by Paul Kennedy, November 6th, 2012 12:31AM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Olympic alternate Meghan Klingenberg won Sweden's Damallsvenskan when Tyreso beat LdB Malmo, 1-0, on the final day of the season and beat out Malmo on goal difference.

Spaniard Veronica Boquete had the winning goal for Tyreso with eight minutes to play. Tyreso's multinational team was led by Brazilian star Marta, one of five foreigners in the starting lineup against Malmo.

Christen Press of fourth-place FC Gothenburg finished second in the league in scoring with 17 goals, four behind German Anja Mittag.

Former UCLA star Danasha Adams of Vittsjoe had 10 goals.

GERMANY. Niki Cross and Sarah Hagen scored for Bayern Munich in its 4-0 win at Sindelfingen in the Frauen Bundesliga. Keelin Winters scored in Turbine Potsdam's 5-1 win over Essen-Schoenebeck. Ali Krieger's FFC Frankfurt maintained its one-point lead over Turbine Potsdam at the top of the standings with a 3-1 win at Duisburg.

NETHERLANDS. CoCo Goodson's FC Twente remained unbeaten in first in the Dutch Bene Orange League with a 2-0 tie with FC Utrecht, Goodson, who was a two-time All-American at UC Irvine, led the defensive effort as FC Twente improved its record to six wins and two ties in eight games.



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