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Americans Abroad: Friday Rewind


Friday’s Americans Abroad performances were certainly about quality over quantity, as one American provided a goal while another added an assist.

Headlining the day’s action was Andrew Wooten, who provided the opening goal in SV Sandhausen’s 2-0 win over Dynamo Dresden. The forward’s finish was a true poachers goal, as Wooten pounced on a loose ball on the back post to fire his second goal in as many matches.

In Scotland, Perry Kitchen made his mark as well, assisting on Hearts’ first finish in a 3-1 win over Motherwell. The American midfielder, who was recently named club captain, was credited with an assist as Sam Nicholson’s shot caromed off a defender and into the back of the net for Hearts’ first goal of the match.

Elsewhere, Michael Orozco played all 90 minutes in a Club Tijuana win, while Paul Arriola and John Requejo were named to the Xolos bench.

Here’s a closer look at Friday’s action:


Terrence Boyd did not dress in RB Leipzig’s 2-1 win over FC Augsburg.

Michael Orozco started and played 90 minutes in Tijuana’s 1-0 win over Atlas. Paul Arriola and John Requejo dressed but did not play, while Greg Garza, Amando Moreno and Alejandro Guido did not dress.

Perry Kitchen played all 90 minutes and provided an ASSIST and Hearts’ 3-1 win over Motherwell.

A.J. Soares did not dress in AGF Aarhus’ 2-1 loss to Odense Bolklub.

Russell Canouse did not dress in VFL Bochum’s 4-2 win over FC Erzgebirge Aue.

Andrew Wooten played 90 minutes and scored a GOAL in SV Sandhausen’s 2-0 win over Dynamo Dresden.

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