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Americans Abroad Friday Rewind: Corona, Zelalem, Hyndman and more

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Tijuana continued their hot start to the Liga MX campaign as several Americans guided the club to yet another win.

Michael Orozco and Joe Corona earned starts for Xolos on Friday as the club topped Edgar Castillo and Monterrey, 2-0. U.S. Men's National Team winger Paul Arriola also made an appearance, joining the fray in the 66th minute ad Tijuana moved back on top of the Liga MX table for the time being.

Americans Abroad Wednesday Preview: Torres, Kitchen, Villafana and more

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Cup action takes centerstage on Wednesday as several Americans look to lead their team in tournaments both international and domestic.

With the return of the CONCACAF Champions League, Jose Torres and Tigres face off with fellow Liga MX side Pumas in the first leg of the tournament's quarterfinals.

Guzan in goal for Middlesbrough in FA Cup

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Brad Guzan was in goal for Middlesbrough's FA Cup win and Perry Kitchen had an assist for Hearts in the Scottish Premier League.

Guzan in goal for Middlesbrough in FA Cup

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Brad Guzan was in goal for Middlesbrough's FA Cup win and Perry Kitchen had an assist for Hearts in the Scottish Premier League.

Goal for Arriola, assist for Johnson

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Paul Arriola scored for Tijuana in Liga MX and Fabian Johnson subbed on and picked up an assist for Gladbach.

Americans Abroad Saturday Rewind: Arriola, Johnson, Wooten and more

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Paul Arriola and Tijuana continue to dominate the start of the Liga MX campaign while two other Americans contributed directly to goals in Saturday wins.

Arriola scored Tijuana's fourth and final goal in a 4-2 defeat of William Yarbrough on Saturday night. The victory sees Tijuana seal their fourth win in five games as they stay atop the Liga MX table through the first weekend of February.

Champions League

Gladbach advances in the Europa League

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Gladbach needed an unlikely comeback to advance in the Europa League and FC Dallas won big at home in the CONCACAF Champions League.

Win for Fulham, MLS teams draw in CCL

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Tim Ream and Fulham picked up three points in the Championship, Hearts lost a Scottish Cup replay, and MLS teams drew in the Champions League.

Win for Fulham, MLS teams draw in CCL

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Tim Ream and Fulham picked up three points in the Championship, Hearts lost a Scottish Cup replay, and MLS teams drew in the Champions League.

Americans Abroad Thursday Preview: Johnson, Carter-Vickers, Perez

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The Europa League resumes on Thursday afternoon and several Americans could play a part in helping their team move on in European competition.

Action is headlined by a clash of Americans as Fabian Johnson and Borussia Monchengladbach take on Josh Perez's Fiorentina. Johnson recently returned to the starting lineup for the German club while providing two assists in his last three appearances.

Hamburg

Report: Bobby Wood day-to-day with thigh injury

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Ahead of this past weekend's match against Freiburg, Bobby Wood was suddenly removed from the Hamburg lineup due to a pre-game injury.

Luckily for Hamburg, and the U.S. Men's National Team, that injury doesn't appear to be too serious.

According to reports out of Germany, Wood's thigh injury likely isn't one that will keep him out for a significant period of time.

Wood scores as Hamburg tops FC Cologne in DFB-Pokal

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Gideo Jung opened the scoring early to seize control for Hamburg in Tuesday's DFB-Pokal clash with FC Cologne, but it was Bobby Wood who locked up a quarterfinal berth for the struggling Bundesliga side.

Wood's late goal all but sealed a spot in the final eight for Hamburg, who toppled Cologne, 2-0, on Tuesday at theVolksparkstadion.

Americans Abroad Friday Rewind: Zelalem, Wood, Miazga

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Gedion Zelalem's loan move to the Netherlands began with a win.

The U.S. Under-23 Men's National Team midfielder entered as a 75th minute substitute as VVV Venlo cruised to a 4-1 win over De Graafschap. By the time Zelalem entered the field, the damage had been done, as the second-division club punished the opposition to remain atop the Eerste Division table.

Fabian Johnson

Americans Abroad Sunday Rewind: Johnson, Ream, Arriola and more

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Several Americans endured tough results to close the weekend's action abroad.

Fabian Johnson continued his return to the Borussia Monchengladbach after several months away, but theU.S. Men's National Team regular couldn't quite make an impact in the team's 2-1 loss to RB Leipzig. Johnson was removed in the 80th minute, just moments before Mochengladbach scored their first goal of the game, one which proved to be a consolation against a soaring RB Leipzig side.

Americans Abroad Tuesday Rewind: Wood, Johnson book spots in German Cup quarterfinals

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A pair of Americans Abroad directly contributed to pushing their sides into the next stage of the German cup on Tuesday.

Bobby Wood's late goal sealed a 2-0 win for Hamburg, helping the struggling Bundesliga club topple FC Cologne to book a spot in the quarterfinal round. Wood's goal, his seventh of the season, was his third finish in six games.

Terrence Boyd

Americans Abroad Weekend Preview: Brooks, Boyd, Hyndman and more

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Following a midweek slate loaded with continental competition, domestic action takes center stage over the weekend, headlined by the schedule in Germany.

John Brooks and Hertha Berlin face the toughest test in a clash with Bayern Munich, who destroyed Arsenal in midweek Champions League action.

Terrence Boyd focused on helping Darmstadt avoid relegation

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Terrence Boyd went into the weekend knowing he had a challengingassignment on his hands. Not only was he facingGerman Bundesliga powerhouse Borussia Dortmund, but he was doing sowithout having registered a single shot on goal in his first two official games back from a lengthy injury layoff.

Boyd scores for Darmstardt, assist for Hyndman

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Terrence Boyd scored for Darmstadt in the Bundesliga and Emerson Hyndman had another strong game for Rangers in the Scottish Cup.

Boyd scores first Darmstadt goal against Borussia Dortmund

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After several injury-plagued seasons, Terrence Boyd is back to scoring goals.

Boyd scored his first goal since joining Darmstadt in Saturday's clash with Borussia Dortmund. The forward's finish came in the 21st minute, giving Darmstadt the 1-0 lead over Christian Pulisic and Dortmund.

The goal is Boyd's first senior goal since 2014, beginning his tenure with RB Leipzig.

Videos

D-Will Call

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Reading midfielder Daniel Williams bagged the late equalizer and the home side went on to grab the winner a few minutes later to down Brentford 3-2 on Tuesday night. The win lifted the Royals to fourth place, five points shy of an automatic EPL elevator spot - Greg Seltzer

It's official.

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Darmstadt's Terrence Boyd is now a Bundesliga goal scorer, folks. Plenty of time left in a tie game, so he could add another and play hero. Stay tuned... Terrance Boyd Goal HD - Darmstadt 1 - 0... door worldfoot - Greg Seltzer

Wooten strikes again

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I'm in the middle of getting the right center back Clipboard chart ready, but we must interrupt that program to bring you Andrew Wooten's 11th goal of the campaign. It didn't end up mattering much in a 4-1 DfB-Pokal loss to Schalke, but he did raise his career high total for a single term for the second time in four days.

The Finishing Touch

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Our man Bobby Wood started and finished a counter break to complete the scoring as Hamburg - who haven't raised the German Cup in 30 years - reached the DfB-Pokal quarterfinals with a 2-0 win over FC Köln on Tuesday night. The goal, Wood's seventh across all competitions this term, moved him into a seven-way tie atop the tournament scoring chart.

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On Monday night, Julian Green opened his Stuttgart account with a tasty volley. Hmmm. I think I figured out how to get goals out of him... Julian Green Goal HD - VfB Stuttgart 2 - 0... door worldfoot - Greg Seltzer

The Final Nail

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Tijuana right-sider Paul Arriola bagged the Liga MX leaders' last goal in a 4-2 victory over León on Saturday night. It was his second goal on the campaign, but his first in league play in nearly 18 months. - Greg Seltzer

Back At It

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Sandhausen forward Andrew Wooten snapped a three-game goal drought, capitalizing on a fine team move to bag the capper in a 2-0 win over Erzgebirge Aue on Saturday, The US international climbed into a fourth place tie in league scoring chart with his eighth of the season, while his streaking team crept closer to the promotion places.

News Update

UEFA pushes reforms, more DFB Pokal results

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UEFA's reform process moves to a final vote and more good performances from USMNT players in Germany's DFB Pokal in the soccer news.

USMNT players advance in the DFB Pokal

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Bobby Wood scored for Hamburg in the DFB Pokal and Fabian Johnson assisted on Gladbach's opening goal in the soccer news.

David Wagner

David Wagner charged over celebration vs. Leeds United

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Huddersfield Town and David Wagner earned a dramatic win in the Yorkshire derby on Sunday, but it came at a price.

Huddersfield and Wagner were both charged on Tuesday due to the German-American's celebration after his team scored a late winner against Leeds United.

Wagner then clashed with Leeds manager Garry Monk in the technical area, which sparked a small altercation between both teams.

Huddersfield's David Wagner apologizes for incident vs. Leeds

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Sometimes emotions can get the better of someone,which Huddersfield Town coach David Wagner can admit.

Following his team's late winner against Leeds United in the Yorkshire derby, Wagner sprinted down the touchline to join in on the celebrations, but ended up in a confrontation with a not-so-happy Leeds boss Garry Monk, which sparked a melee near the tunnel.

The Rest

Americans Abroad Tuesday Preview: Gonzalez, Williams, Arriola and more

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The CONCACAF Champions League resumes on Tuesday and Omar Gonzalez will likely play a vital role.

Gonzalez and Pachuca face a tough test in Costa Rican powerhouse Saprissa asthe CCL quarterfinals kick off. The U.S. Men's National Team centerback started three of the team's group stage matches as the Mexican side cruised out of a group featuring Honduras' Olimpia and Belize's Police United.

Minnesota United signs Josh Gatt

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After several seasons marred by injuries, Josh Gatt is finally healthy as be brings his game to MLS.

Minnesota United announced on Wednesday that the club has signed Gatt, who previously featured for Norwegian club Molde. The 25-year-old winger moves to MLS after spending his first seven professional seasons abroad.

Williams scores in win for Reading

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Danny Williams got a goal in Reading's 3-2 win over Brentford in the Championship and Tim Ream's Fulham beat Nottingham Forest.

Not bringing home 'The Bacon"

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Over the past two days, word has gone around that Colorado, the Red Bulls and Vancouver are trying to land Aron Jóhannsson from Werder Bremen, supposedly during the summer transfer window. I cannot tell you whether or not these clubs actually have genuine interest in the US forward that they're keeping secret.

Americans Abroad: Tuesday Preview

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Tuesday brings the return of the UEFA Champions League as the last remaining American player looks to help push his team to start the Round of 16.

Christian Pulisic and Borussia Dortmund travel to Portugal on Tuesday as the German club opens the Round of 16 with a visit to Benfica. Dortmund finished top of their group in the prior stage, earning 14 of a possible 18 points to book a date with the Portuguese powerhouse.

Bradley not dwelling on Swansea City departure as he looks ahead to new chance

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Bob Bradley isn't dwelling on the past. His tenure at Swansea City has been over for several weeksand, in the days and weeks that have come since his dismissal, Bradley has come to accept what happened during his Premier League stint.

Now, though, the task is learning from it, something Bradley is hoping to do as he prepares for whatever his next challenge may be.

Facebook tiempo de partidos

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Folks back in the States just were served a Mexican treat. Starting with Saturday's monster Club América-Chivas derby, Liga MX will begin live streaming some Univision matches in English on Facebook. There will be 46 in all, including playoff tilts.So, in addition to the other action, enjoy keeping tabs on Omar Gonzalez and watching our Tijuana boys chase another crown.

Americans Abroad Wednesday Rewind: Pulisic, Chandler, Wooten and more

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One clash between Americans Abroad came to penalty kicks, and it was the youngest member of the U.S. Men's National Team that helped his side get there.

Christian Pulisic and Borussia Dortmund came out on top on Wednesday afternoon, toppling John Brooks' Hertha Berlin, 3-2, in penalty kicks following a 1-1 draw.

Report: Gladbach interested in Zelalem

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With the recent success of Americans in the Bundesliga, it's no surprise that more teams are taking notice and scouting U.S. talent more frequently.

Borussia Monchengladbach are one such team searching for transfer targets for the upcoming summer window. Along with Chelsea's Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Hannover'sNoah Joel Sarenren Bazee, the team are reportedly targeting Arsenal and U.

Americans Abroad Monday Preview: Green vs. Kiesewetter

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Two up-and-coming U.S. Men's National Team wingers are set to collide on Monday in the 2. Bundesliga.

Julian Green appears to befinally bound forregular minutes on the field following his winter transfer to Stuttgart, a club that currently sits within one point of an outright lead atop the 2.