Americans Abroad: Monday Rewind

Americans Abroad: Monday Rewind

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Americans Abroad: Monday Rewind

Photo by Trevor Ruszkowski/USA TODAY Sports

Photo by Trevor Ruszkowski/USA TODAY Sports

Bobby Wood’s competitive debut with Hamburg was a successful one, even if the forward could not etch his name on the scoresheet.

In DFB-Pokal action, Hamburg topped FSV Zwickau, 1-0, on a 70th minute finish fromĀ Alen Halilovic. Wood, whostarted Monday’s match and played the complete 90 minutes, nearly scored his first goal for the club in the 75th minute, but saw his shot from the center of the box denied by the post.

Andrew Wooten did not earn the start for Sandhausen, but did enter as a second half substitute in 2-1 win over Paderborn. Christian Pulisic was not so lucky, as he dressed but did not play in a 3-0 Borussia Dortmund rout led by a Shinji Kagawa brace.

Here’s a closer look at Monday’s Americans Abroad:

DFB-Pokal

Christian Pulisic dressed but did not play in Borussia Dortmund’s 3-0 win over Eintracht Trier.

Bobby Wood started and played all 90 minutes in Hamburg’s 1-0 win over FSV Zwickau.

Andrew Wooten entered in the 59th minute of Sandhausen’s 2-1 win over Paderborn

LIGUE 2

Theoson Siebatcheu did not dress in Stade de Reims 2-1 win over Red Star.

ISRAELI PREMIER LEAGUE

Aaron Schoenfeld started and played 90 minutes in Hapoel Tel Aviv’s 1-0 loss to Maccabi Haifa.

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