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Americans Abroad: Tuesday Rewind


It’s only a Tuesday, but a good amount of Americans Abroad turned in some admirable shifts.

Most of the action took place in England, but not in the English Premier League. Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan was benched, but many more Americans stepped up their games in the Championship.

Midfielder Duane Holmes, 21, scored his first league goal for Huddersfield Town, while Reading midfielder Danny Williams also found the back of the net on Tuesday.

Williams rose high near the six-yard box and powered in a header for the club’s game-tying goal in a 1-1 tie against Derby County. Meanwhile, 19-year-old Emerson Hyndman saw playing time for Fulham, but ended up receiving a yellow card in the club’s 3-2 loss to Wolverhampton Wanders.

In Dubai, Christian Pulisic shined in a friendly for Borussia Dortmund, providing an assist in a 4-0 friendly win over Eintracht Frankfurt.

Here are how the Americans Abroad did on Tuesday:



  • Brad Guzan dressed but did not play in Aston Villa’s 1-0 win vs. Crystal Palace.


  • Tim Ream dressed but did not play in Fulham’s 3-2 loss vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers.
  • Emerson Hyndman came off the bench in the 71st minute and was shown a YELLOW card in Fulham’s 3-2 loss vs. Wolverhampton Wanders.
  • Duane Holmes came off the bench on in the 54th minute and scored a GOAL in Huddersfield Town’s 5-0 win vs. Charlton Athletic.

  • Danny Williams started, played 90 minutes and scored a GOAL in Reading’s 1-1 tie vs. Derby County.

  • Eric Lichaj started and played 90 minutes in Nottingham Forest’s 1-1 tie vs. Birmingham City.
  • Jonathan Spector dressed but did not play in Birmingham City’s 1-1 tie vs. Nottingham Forest.
  • Cody Cropper dressed but did not play in Milton Keynes Dons’ 5-0 loss to Burnley.



  • Christian Pulisic came off the bench in the 46th minute and provided an ASSIST in Borussia Dortmund’s 4-0 win over Eintracht Frankfurt.

What did you think of the Americans Abroad this Tuesday? Disappointed to see Guzan benched? Think Hyndman will see more time for Fulham?

Share your thoughts below.


  1. Does anyone know what the latest is with Hyndman and Fulham? Clearly, the new manager has no issues giving him playing time but is it still all but concluded that he will leave the club sometime this year?

  2. His play this year has been fairly poor. After two or three seasons of basically singlehandedly saving Villa from the drop, he’s finally falling apart.

    After nearly 3 decades, keeper may be the #1 concern for the USMNT as we head into 2016. Howard and Guzan are both badly off form, and the best “young” keeper, Hamid, can’t stay healthy.

  3. Villa hasn’t gotten results, so benching Guzan makes sense. Hopefully it won’t last, or he’ll move elsewhere soon since his time recently has been real inconsistent


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