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Johannsson, Kljestan and Boyd all score
by Paul Kennedy, September 15th, 2013 6:42PM
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[AMERICANS ABROAD] Aron Johannsson scored his sixth goal of the season in all competitions from the penalty spot to give Dutch club AZ a 3-0 win over Go Ahead Eagles. Sacha Kljestan and Terrence Boyd, neither of whom was called up for the recent World Cup 2014 qualifiers, also continued their hot starts to the 2013-14 season, while defender Babajide Ogunbiyi scored for the second time in the last three games in Denmark.

Kljestan scored for the fourth time in five games for Belgian club Anderlecht in its 5-0 win over Mechelen, while Boyd also had his fourth league goal in five games for Rapid Vienna in its 4-0 win over FC Wacker Innsbruck. Ogunbiyi's goal gave Viborg a 1-0 win at AGF.

Timmy Chandler, another player not called up for the USA's games against Costa Rica and Mexico, had an assist in Nuremberg's 1-1 tie at Eintracht Braunschweig

Jozy Altidore thought he had his first goal for Sunderland, but it was called back for a foul by Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna outside the area that denied the Black Cats a late equalizer in a game they eventually lost at home, 3-1. The result left Sunderland in last place in the English Premier League after four games.

Tim Howard picked up his third straight shutout for Everton, which beat Chelsea, 1-0, to pick up its first win after three ties.

Elsewhere in the EPL, Geoff Cameron started for Stoke City in its 0-0 tie with last year's runner-up, Manchester City, and Brad Guzan's Aston Villa fell at home to Newcastle, 2-1.

Leading Scorers:
6 Aron Johannsson (AZ)
5 Terrence Boyd (Rapid Vienna)
4 Sacha Kljestan
(Anderlecht)
(All competitions.)

Austria (Bundesliga)
Terrence Boyd (82 minutes, 1 goal), Rapid Vienna, 4-0 at Wacker Innsbruck

Belgium (Jupiler League)
Sacha Kljestan (90 minutes, 1 goal), Anderlecht, 5-0 vs. Mechelen

Brazil (Campeonato Brasileiro)
Freddy Adu (DNP), Bahia, 2-2 vs. Coritiba

Cyprus (First Division)
Tony Taylor (sub: 13 minutes), Omonia, 4-0 vs. Enonsis

Denmark (Superligaen)
Babajide Ogunbiyi (90 minutes, 1 goal), Viborg, 1-0 at AGF
Conor O'Brien (90 minutes), FC Nordsjaelland, 1-2 at Brondby

England (Premier League)
Jozy Altidore (90 minutes), Sunderland, 1-3 vs. Arsenal
Geoff Cameron (90 minutes), Stoke City, 0-0 vs. Manchester City
Brad Guzan (90 minutes), Aston Villa, 1-2 vs. Newcastle United
Tim Howard (90 minutes), Everton, 1-0 vs. Chelsea
Maurice Edu (DNP), Stoke City, 0-0 vs. Manchester City
Brad Friedel (DNP), Tottenham, 2-0 vs. Norwich City
Sebastian Lletget (DNP), West Ham United, 0-0 at Southampton
Brek Shea (DNP), Stoke City, 0-0 vs. Manchester City

England (League Championship)
Eric Lichaj (90 minutes), Nottingham Forest, 3-2 vs. Barnsley
Tim Ream (90 minutes), Bolton Wanderers, 0-1 Leeds United
Jonathan Spector (90 minutes), Birmingham City, 0-1 at Queens Park Rangers
Danny Williams (90 minutes), Reading, 0-0 vs. Brighton & Hove Albion
Stuart Holden, Bolton Wanderers, 0-1 Leeds United
Will Packwood, Birmingham City, 0-1 at Queens Park Rangers
Zak Whitbread (DNP), Leicester City, 2-0 vs. Wigan Athletic

Finland (Veikkausliiga)
Mike Banner, FF Jaro, vs. Honka (Monday)
Giuseppe Funicello, FF Jaro, vs. Honka (Monday)
Jonathan Okafor, MYPA, at Mariehamn (Monday)
Tyler Ruthven, KuPS, at VPS (Monday)
Jordan Seabrook, VPS, vs. KuPS (Monday)
Karsten Smith, VPS, vs. KuPS (Monday)
Etchu Tabe, KuPS, at VPS (Monday)

France (Ligue 1)
Alejandro Bedoya (74 minutes), Nantes, 1-0 vs. Sochaux

Germany (Bundesliga 1)
John Brooks (90 minutes), Hertha Berlin, 0-1 vs. VfB Stuttgart
Timmy Chandler (90 minutes, 1 assist), Nuremberg, 1-1 at Ein. Braunschweig
Fabian Johnson (90 minutes), Hoffenheim, 2-1 vs. Bor. M'Gladbach
Jermaine Jones (sub: 22 minutes), Schalke 04, 1-0 at Mainz
Steven Cherundolo, Hannover 96, 0-2 at Bayern Munich
Michael Parkhurst (DNP), Augsburg, 2-1 vs. Freiburg

Germany (Bundesliga 2)
Alfredo Morales (90 minutes), Ingolstadt FC, 0-1 vs. Union Berlin
Andrew Wooten (sub: 29 minutes), Kaiserslautern, 0-1 at Sandhausen
Bobby Wood (DNP), 1860 Munich, 0-0 at Aalen

Italy (Serie A)
Michael Bradley, Roma, at Parma (Monday)

Mexico (Liga MX, Apertura)
Paul Arriola (sub: 11 minutes), Tijuana, 2-2 at Guadalajara
DaMarcus Beasley (63 minutes), Puebla, 1-1 vs. Toluca
Edgar Castillo (77 minutes), Tijuana, at Guadalajara
Greg Garza (sub: 13 minutes), Tijuana, 2-2 at Guadalajara
Michael Orozco (90 minutes), Puebla, 1-1 vs. Toluca
Jose Torres (90 minutes), Tigres, 1-0 at Cruz Azul
Jonathan Bornstein (DNP), Tigres, 1-0 at Cruz Azul
Joe Corona (DNP), Tijuana, 2-2 at Guadalajara
Herculez Gomez (DNP), Tijuana, 2-2 at Guadalajara
Alonso Hernandez (DNP), Monterrey, 1-0 vs. Pachuca
Justin Perez (DNP), Monterrey, 1-0 vs. Pachuca

Netherlands (Eredivisie)
Aron Johannsson (80 minutes, 1 goal), AZ, 3-0 vs. Go Ahead Eagles

Norway (Tippeligaen)
Steve Clark (90 minutes), Honefoss, 0-1 at Start
Mikkel Diskerud (90 minutes), Rosenborg, 0-1 at Tromso
Josh Gatt (DNP), Molde, 3-1 at Aalesund
Ethan Horvath (DNP), Molde, 3-1 at Aalesund
Ben Spencer (DNP), Molde, 3-1 at Aalesund

Russia (Premier League)
Evgeni Starikov (DNP), Tom Tomsk, 2-2 vs. Anzhi

Sweden (Allsvenskan)
Brian Span, Djurgarden, at Malmo (Monday)


2 comments
  1. James Froehlich
    commented on: September 16, 2013 at 11:57 a.m.
    Doesn't anyone else find it a bit strange that a goal would be disallowed because of a foul by the by the "defending" team ???
  1. Andrew King
    commented on: September 16, 2013 at 5:07 p.m.
    Yes, the ref should have played advantage, especially considering that Altidore never lost possession of the ball

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