Yanks Abroad: Weekend Roundup

Photograph by Matt Kremkau

US logoIt was a quiet weekend for most Americans abroad. With the international break beginning this week, most Yanks Abroad played their final match for a couple weeks.

From Mexico to Germany, here is how the best Americans abroad faired over the weekend.

Omar Gonzalez (Pachuca)

After winning, 4-0, during the week, Pachuca was unable to keep its form in its Saturday match against Necaxa in a 0-0 draw. Gonzalez played as a center back and helped produce a clean sheet.

Fabian Johnson (Mönchengladbach)

Johnson played 78 minutes in ‘Gladbach’s 2-1 win against Hannover 96. A 94th-minute goal by Thorgan Hazard sealed the win for Mõnchengladbach.

William Yarbough (Club León)

León extended its win streak to five after defeating Lobos BUAP, 3-0. Yarbough played in goal and notched the shutout.

Tim Ream (Fulham)

Fulham defeated Queens Park Rangers, 2-1, on Friday with Ream starting at center back. He has yet to miss a minute in Fulham’s first 11 games.

DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle)

Yedlin played the full 90 in Newcastle’s 1-1 draw against Liverpool. The tie saw the Toons drop to ninth place.

Bobby Wood (Hamburg)

After a four-game losing streak, Hamburg was able to grab a 0-0 draw against Werder Bremen. Wood played 89 minutes and was unable to score. He has gone four games without a goal.

Timmy Chandler (Frankfurt)

Frankfurt continued its win-lose-win record by defeating Stuttgart, 2-1, after losing by 2-1 to RB Leipzig last week. Chandler played the entire match as a right midfielder.

Geoff Cameron (Stoke City)

Cameron shifted back to his defensive role at center back in Stoke’s 2-1 win against Southampton. The win boosted Stoke to 13th place. Peter Crouch scored the game-winning goal in the 85th minute.

Matt Miazga (Arnhem)

Miazga and Arnhem played to a 1-1 draw with Utrecht. Mason Mount scored the game-tying goal for Vitesse in the 76th minute.

Christian Pulisic (Dortmund)

Dortmund continued its Bundesliga dominance by defeating Augsburg, 2-1. Goals by Andriy Yarmolenko and Shinji Kagawa provided Dortmund with the win. Pulisic played the entire match at the left wing and was unable to score or assist.