National Teamers Abroad: Goals for DaMarcus Beasley

US soccer player DaMarcus Beasley.  Credit: Howard C. Smith - ISIPhotos.com

We start with Mexico's Liga MX where US soccer player DaMarcus Beasley put in an effective substitute performance in Puebla's 3-1 win against San Luis.  With Puebla scoring in the 2nd minute and the game level by the 14th, Beasley subbed on in the 57th and put Puebla ahead for good in the 82nd.  He scored again six minutes later.  Fellow US National Team player Michael Orozco got the start for Puebla against his old club.  the referee booked both Americans, with Orozco seeing yellow in the 16th minute and Beasley in the 66th. 

Edgar Castillo started and Joe Corona subbed on in the 76th minute for Tijuana's 2-1 loss to Club America.  It was America leading from a 12th minute penalty when the referee sent off Rubens Sambueza in the 22nd minute.  Aquivaldo Mosquera followed with a red card in the 38th.  Playing two men down, America scored again in the 58th.  Pablo Aguilar got a goal back for Tijuana in the 76th.  Jose Torres and Tigres beat Toluca 4-1.  Torres subbed out in the 78th minute.  That puts space between Tigres and Tijuana at the top of the Liga MX Clausura table, with Tigres in first with 16 points, Club America moving up to 2nd on 15 points with their win, and Tijuana trailing them by two points in 3rd.  Herculez Gomez got the start, but Santos Laguna were on the wrong side of a 1-0 shutout to Pachuca.

In the Bundesliga, Michael Parkhurst subbed on in the 43rd minute for his debut with Augsburg, drawing 1-1- with Mainz. With Mainz taking the lead in the 43rd minute and the referee sending off Mainz's Shawn Parker in first-half stoppage time, Augsburg played the entire second-half a man up.  That turned into a 57th minute equalizer for Augsburg. Timmy Chandler's Nurnberg finished 0-0 with Eintracht Frankfurt.  An 8th minute goal was the difference for Hannover in a 1-0 shutout of Hoffenheim.  Fabian Johnson started for Hoffenheim and Danny Williams subbed on in the 78th minute.  Jermaine Jones's Schalke were shutout 4-0 by Bayern Munich. 

Elsewhere in Europe, Jozy Altidore's AZ lost 3-1 to Feyenoord at De Kuip Stadion.  AZ's Roy Beerens equalized in the 63rd minute, but were a man down four minutes later.  Feyenoord scored in the 72nd and stoppage time.  Maurice Edu's Bursaspor shutout Kardemir Karaburk 3-0 in Turkey.  Sacha Kljestan's Anderlecht beat Waasland -Beveren 2-1.  Serie A, and Michael Bradley's Roma lost 3-1 to Sampdoria.  Roma missed a 69th minute penalty that would've brought them level at 1-1.  Instead, they were trailing 2-0 when Erik Lamela scored in the 75th minute.  This was Roma's first game under new coach Aurelio Andreazzoli. 

Premier League, and Geoff Cameron subbed on in the 84th minute for Stoke City's 2-1 win against Reading.  Stoke led 2-0 from a 67th minute Robert Huth goal and Cameron Jones's goal in the 81st. Reading scored in the 83rd.  The referee booked Cameron in stoppage time.  Clint Dempsey's Tottenham beat Newcastle United 2-1 with a foul on Dempsey setting up Gareth Bale's 5th minute opener.  It was Bale again in the 78th minute, wiping out Newcastle's 24th minute equalizer.  Brad Guzan's Aston Villa beat West Ham 2-1 at Villa Park.  A 74th minute penalty put Villa in front in the 74th and Charles N'Zogbia doubled that lead four minutes later.  Villa put the ball in the back of their own net for Reading's 87th minute goal. Tim Howard's Everton were shutout 2-0 by Manchester United.  Two leagues down, Frank Simek's Carlisle beat Stevanage Borough 2-1. 

Did Not Play: Jonathan Bornstein (Tigres 4 - Toluca 1), David Yelldell (Bayer Leverkusen 3 - 'Gladbach 3), Oguchi Onyewu (Malaga 2 - Levante 1), Carlos Bocanegra (Racing Santander 1 - Huesca 0), Brad Friedel (Spurs 2 - Newcastle 1), Eric Lichaj (Aston Villa 2 - West Ham 1), Tim Ream and Stuart Holden (Bolton 2 - Burnley 1), Zak Whitbread (Leicester City 1 - Peterborough 2)

Injured: Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 1 - Hoffenheim 0), Jonathan Spector (Birmingham 1 - Charlton 1)

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