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U.S. ABROAD (Oct. 28): Reyna awaits further tests on injured knee
October 29th, 2002 2:58PM

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ENGLAND

* Claudio Reyna (Sunderland, PL), at Bolton, 1-1.

Started: 39 minutes. Doctors have not determined the extent of Reyna's knee injury suffered during the first half of Sunderland's Premier League match with Bolton. A scan was inconclusive as doctors are waiting until the swelling goes down in his knee. Ligament damage is suspected, however. Reyna collapsed after a harmless-looking challenge from Bolton's Gareth Farrelly.

GERMANY

* Jacob Thomas (Braunschweig, D2), at Duisburg, 1-1.

Started: 80 minutes. Texas striker was given a start by new coach Uwe Reinders and scored the tying goal in the 45th minute. Duisburg coach Pierre Littbarski singled out Thomas for his work.

BELGIUM

* Alex Yi (Antwerp, D1), at Lokeren, 1-2.

Started: 20 minutes. Came off after receiving yellow card.



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