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Bedoya ups total to five goals in 11 league games
June 23rd, 2013 11:58PM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Alejandro Bedoya scored his fifth goal in 11 Allsvenskan games for first-place Helsingborg as it earned a 1-1 tie at Kalmar Sunday in Sweden.

Bedoya has seven goals and five assists in 13 appearances in all competitions for Helsingborg, which leads second-place IFK Gothenburg by two points with a game in hand.

-- In Norway, Josh Gatt had an assist in Molde's 3-3 tie with Valerenga. The two-time defending champion picked up only its 11th point of the Tippeligaen season and sits 15th out of 16 teams after 13 games.

Mikkel Diskerud started for second-place Rosenborg in its 1-0 home victory over Stromsgodset that moved it to within two points of leader Stromsgodset. Steve Clark's Honefoss drew, 1-1, with visiting Odd Grenland.


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