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Ricardo Clark gets first start, celebrates big win
by Mike Woitalla, December 20th, 2010 12:07AM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] National team midfielder Ricardo Clark got his first start of the season for Eintracht Frankfurt and helped his seventh-place team beat league leader Borussia Dortmund, 1-0. Charlie Davies dressed for Sochaux’s 1-1 tie with Bordeaux but saw no action while most of the England-based Americans’ games were postponed because of bad weather.

Clark had made only three previous appearances this season for a total of 17 minutes of action. He went the full 90 as Frankfurt broke Dortmund’s 15-game undefeated streak. Also in Germany, Steve Cherundolo was back in action after leaving last week's game early with a knee injury. The Hannover captain scored an own goal.

Americans Abroad
Belgium (Jupiler League)

Sunday:
Anderlecht 2 Club Brugge 0
Sacha Kljestan
-Anderlecht (90 minutes)

English Premier League
Sunday:
Sunderland 1 Bolton Wanderers 0
Stuart Holden
-Bolton Wanderers (90 minutes)

Saturday:
Blackburn 1 West Ham 1
Jonathan Spector-
West Ham (57 minutes)

France (Ligue 1)
Saturday:
St. Etienne 2 Arles 0
Carlos Bocanegra
-St. Etienne (90 minutes)

Germany (Bundesliga 1)
Saturday
Eintracht Frankfurt 1 Borussia Dortmund 0
Ricardo Clark
-Eintracht Frankfurt (90 minutes)

Saturday
FC Nuremberg 3 Hannover 96 1
Steve Cherundolo
-Hannover 96 (90 minutes, own goal)

Friday
Bor. M'Gladbach 1 Hamburg SV
Michael Bradley
-Bor. M'Gladbach (78 minutes)



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