U.S. Abroad: Hyndman, Arriola, Yedlin set up winners

Emerson Hyndman came off the bench to steal the ball and set up Kenny Miller for the winner in Rangers' 2-1 victory over Motherwell in the Scottish FA Cup, his first game since moving on loan from Bournemouth.

Paul Arriola, Hyndman's teammate on the 2015 U.S. U-20 World Cup team, continued his strong start to Mexico's Torneo Apertura with the assist on Tijuana's late winner in its 1-0 win at Guadalajara. Michael Orozco and Joe Corona also started for Xolos, which is in a five-way tie for first place after three games,
 
With Dutchman Vurnon Anita injured, DeAndre Yedlin started his fifth straight game for English League Championship leader Newcastle United at right back and assisted on the Magpies' first and third goals in their 4-0 win over Rotherham United.

Of the five Americans who started in the first game back for the Bundesliga, only Christian Pulisic, who went the distance for Borussia Dortmund, won.

ENGLAND, Premier League
Geoff Cameron (Stoke City), did not dress, 1-1 vs. Man. United
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Tottenham), on bench, 2-2 at Man. City
Lynden Gooch (Sunderland), did not dress, 0-2 at West Bromwich Albion
Brad Guzan (Middlesbrough), on bench, 1-3 vs. West Ham United
Gedion Zelalem (Arsenal), did not dress, 2-1 vs. Burnley

ENGLAND, League Championship
Luca de la Torre (Fulham), did not dress, 1-1 at Queens Park Rangers
James Murphy (Sheffield Wednesday), did not dress, 1-2 at Brighton & Hove Albion
Eric Lichaj (Nott. Forest), 90 minutes, 1-0 vs. Bristol City
Tim Ream (Fulham), 90 minutes, 1-1 at Queens Park Rangers
Jonathan Spector (Birmingham City), did not dress, 1-1 at Blackburn Rovers
Danny Williams (Reading), 90 minutes, 2-3 at Derby County
DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle United), 79 minutes, 2 assists, 4-0 vs. Rotherham United

Newcastle United-Rotherham United Highlights:


GERMANY, Bundesliga
Terrence Boyd (RB Leipzig), did not dress, 3-0 vs. Ein. Frankfurt
John Brooks (Hertha Berlin), 90 minutes, 1-3 at Bayer Leverkusen
Timmy Chandler (Ein. Frankfurt), 90 minutes, 0-3 at RB Leipzig
Aron Johannsson (Werder Bremen), did not dress, 1-2 vs. Bor. Dortmund
Fabian Johnson (Bor. Moenchengladbach), did not dress, 0-0 at Darmstadt
Alfredo Morales (FC Ingolstadt), 90 minutes, 0-1 at Schalke 04
Christian Pulisic (Bor. Dortmund), 90 minutes, 2-1 at Werder Bremen
Bobby Wood (Hamburg), 90 minutes, 0-1 at Wolfsburg

ITALY, Serie A
Joshua Perez (Fiorentina), did not dress, 3-0 at Chievo

MEXICO, Liga MX
Ventura Alvarado (Santos), sub-24 minutes, 1-1 at Morelia
Paul Arriola (Tijuana), 90 minutes, 1-0 at Guadalajara
Jonathan Bornstein (Queretaro), 90 minutes, 0-0 at Puebla
Edgar Castillo (Monterrey), on bench, 2-2 at Cruz Azul
Joe Corona (Tijuana), 90 minutes, 1-0 at Guadalajara
Diego De la Tejera (Leon), did not dress, 0-1 vs. UNAM
Luis Gil (Queretaro), did not dress, 0-0 at Puebla
Omar Gonzalez (Pachuca), 90 minutes, 0-1 at Necaxa
Amando Moreno (Tijuana), did not dress, 1-0 at Guadalajara
Michael Orozco (Tijuana), 90 minutes, 1-0 at Guadalajara
John Requejo (Tijuana), did not dress, 1-0 at Guadalajara
Luis Silva (Tigres), did not dress, 4-2 vs. Club America
Jose Torres (Tigres), on bench, 4-2 vs. Club America
Marco Vidal (Veracruz), did not dress, 1-0 vs. Atlas
Jorge Villafana (Santos), on bench, 1-1 at Morelia
William Yarbrough (Leon), 90 minutes, 0-1 vs. UNAM
Alejandro Zendejas (Guadalajara), did not dress, 0-1 vs. Tijuana

Guadalajara-Tijuana Highlights:

NETHERLANDS, Eredivisie
Matt Miazga (Vitesse), sub-45 minutes, 1-1 at Groningen
Rubio Rubin (FC Utrecht), did not dress, 0-1 vs. Ajax
Desevio Payne (Groningen), on bench, 1-1 at Vitesse

NETHERLANDS, Eerste Divisie
Shane O'Neill (NAC Breda), 90 minutes, 2-0 vs. Achilles '29

SCOTTISH FA CUP
Emerson Hyndman (Rangers), sub-18 minutes, 1 assist, 2-1 vs. Motherwell
Perry Kitchen (Hearts), 90 minutes, 1-1 at Raith Rovers
Bjorn Johnsen (Hearts), 89 minutes, 1-1 at Raith Rovers

Rangers-Motherwell Highlights:

1 comment about "U.S. Abroad: Hyndman, Arriola, Yedlin set up winners".
  1. Kevin Sims, January 23, 2017 at 8:31 a.m.

    To intercept a pass is good. To split the defense with a perfectly weighted pass to set up the game winner is good. To do both with one touch is sublime. The referee missed one of the most blatant penalties imaginable ... wow! But justice was served in the end ... all too rare it seems.

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