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U.S. ABROAD: Keller oustanding vs. Man City; Gonzales scores in Sweden
September 29th, 2003 12:58PM
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ENGLAND

* Claudio Reyna (Manchester City, PL) vs. Tottenham, 0-0.
Entered as sub, for Steve McManaman in 85th minute.
The Sun rating (10 high; 1 low): 3.
Coach Kevin Keegan said City's failure to get maximum points, thanks much to the goalkeeping of Kasey Keller, was ''travesty of justice.'' A stadium record crowd of 46,842 attended the game.

* Kasey Keller (Tottenham, PL) at Manchester City, 0-0.
Started: 90 minutes. Widely hailed as man of the match in British press after numerous saves kept dominant Blues at bay.
The Sun rating (10 high; 1 low): 8.

* Brad Friedel (Blackburn, PL) at Fulham, 0-2. Started: 90 minutes. Miscommunication between Friedel and Martin Taylor led to first goal.
The Sun rating (10 high; 1 low): 6.

* Tim Howard (Manchester United, PL) at Leceister, 4-1.
Started: 90 minutes.
The Sun rating (10 high; 1 low): 6.

* Jovan Kirovski (Birmingham, PL) vs. Portsmouth, 2-0.
DNP.

* Marcus Hahnemann (Reading, D1) at Sunderland, 0-2.
Started: 90 minutes.

* Eddie Lewis (Preston North End, D1) at Walsall, 1-2.
DNP.

GERMANY
* Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 96, D1) at Kaiserslautern, 0-1.
Started: 90 minutes.
Kicker rating (1 high; 6 low): 4.

* Gregg Berhalter (Energie Cottbus, D2) va. Ahlen, 3-2.
Started: 90 minutes.
Kicker rating (1 high; 6 low): 3.

* Conor Casey (Karlsruhe, D2) at Mainz, Monday.

* Joe Enochs (Osnabrueck, D2) at Fuerth, 1-0.
Started: 90 minutes.
Kicker rating (1 high; 6 low): 2.5.

* Tony Sanneh (Nuremberg, D2) at Duisburg, 1-2.
DNP.

FRANCE
* Greg Vanney (Bastia, D1) vs. Sochaux, 2-0. Started: 90 minutes.
L'Equipe rating (10 high; 1 low): 4.

NETHERLANDS
* John O'Brien (Ajax, D1) vs. Willem II, 6-0.
DNP.

BELGIUM
* Alex Yi (Antwerp, D1) at Mouscran, 0-2.
DNP.

* Oguchi Onyewu (La Louviere, D1) at Standard, 2-0.
Started: 90 minutes.

NORWAY
* Robbie Russell (Sogndal, D1) vs. Lyn, 1-2. Started: 90 minutes.
Dagbladet rating (10 high; 1 low): 4

* Adam Skumawitz (Aalesund, D1) vs. LSK, 2-1.
Entered as sub in 78th minute.

DENMARK
* Wade Barrett (Aarhus, SL) at Aab, 1-2.
DNP.

* Matt Jordan (OB, SL) vs. AB, 2-1.
DNP.

SWEDEN
* Luchi Gonzales (Bodens BK, D2) vs. Malmo FK, 1-0.
Starrted: 90 minutes. Gonzalez scored the gamewinner.

* Leighton O'Brien (Bodens BK, D2) vs. Malmo FK, 1-0.
DNP.

SWITZERLAND
* Melchior Arnold (Chiasso, D2) at M.Agno, 4-1.
DNP.

MEXICO
* Daniel Hernandez (Necaxa, D1) at Guadalajara, 3-2.
Entered as a sub in 89th minute.



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