Title hopes for American-heavy Tyreso take hit
[AMERICANS ABROAD] With four Americans in the starting lineup plus Brazilian star Marta back from injury, Tyreso could
only manage a 2-2 tie at Umea that left it four points behind LdB Malmo with four games to play in the Damallsvenskan.
Ashlyn Harris started in
goal, Ali Krieger on defense, Meghan Klingenberg in midfield and Christen
Press up front. Marta came on in the second half for Krieger.
Press, who was held scoreless, still leads the Swedish league with 20 goals in 17 games.
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