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Bradley's Roma settles for another draw
December 16th, 2013 11:58PM

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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Michael Bradley started for second-place Roma in its 2-2 tie at AC Milan that left the Giallorossi still unbeaten in 16 games but five points behind defending champion Juventus in first place.

Bradley had an excellent chance in the first half, but Daniele Bonera cleared his shot off the line.

Roma has 11 wins and five ties in 16 games. Its five ties have come in its last six games after opening with 10 straight wins. The ties have been costly as Juventus has won its last eight games.

-- Bobby Wood played the last 25 minutes of 1860 Munich's 2-0 loss to visiting St. Pauli that left it in seventh place in the German second division. A win would have put 1860 Munich in the promotion zone in third place.


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