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U.S ABROAD (Jan. 29): Last-minute goals sink Tottenham and Blackburn
January 29th, 2003 5:14PM

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ENGLAND

* Brad Friedel (Blackburn, PL), at West Ham, 1-2.

Jermain Defoe scored with a blast to the near post in the 89th minute, five minutes after entering the game, to give West Ham the victory, its first in 13 games. Blackburn is now 11th in the Premier League.

* Kasey Keller (Tottenham, PL), vs. Newcastle, 0-1.

Jermaine Jenas' goal off a rebound in the 90th minute sunk Spurs, snapping its two-game win streak. Tottenham dropped to eighth place.

FRANCE

* Joe Cannon (Lens, D1), vs. Lyon, 2-2.

DNP -- not on bench.

* David Regis (Troyes, D1), vs. Bordeaux, 0-1.

DNP -- not on bench.

* Greg Vanney (Bastia, D1), vs. Auxerre, 2-0.

DNP -- suspended. Bastia refused terms of loan deal to Second Division Nancy. Vanney played with Bastia reserves over the weekend and was red carded in the second half. He was suspended for Wednesday's game against Auxerre.



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