Yanks Abroad: Weekend Roundup

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As Europe’s top leagues get under way we check in with some Yanks abroad. From Christian Pulisic‘s productive start to Matt Miazga‘s seven minutes of game time, American players provided an all-over-the-map type performance last weekend.

Christian Pulisic (Borussia Dortmund)

Pulisic continued his strong play in the Bundesliga  by providing Dortmund with a goal and an assist in their 3-0 victory against John Brooks‘ Wolfsburg.

Bobby Wood (Hamburg SV)

Wood played 87 minutes in Hamburg’s 1-0 win against Augsburg in which Nicolai Müller scored the decisive goal.

Geoff Cameron (Stoke City)

After suffering a disappointing loss last week against Everton, Stoke City surprised  by bouncing back and defeating Arsenal, 1-0, at Stoke. Cameron played the full game in the back.

Matt Miazga (Arnhem)

Miazga played a small role in Vitesse Arnhem’s 3-1 win against Roda. He subbed on for the final seven minutes of the game.

Aron Johannsson (Werder Bremen)

Much like Miazga, Johannsson barely participated in his side’s game. Johannsson played three minutes in Werder Bremen’s 1-0 loss to Hoffenheim.

Timothy Chandler (Eintracht Frankfurt)

Chandler played the full 90 as Frankfurt and Freiburg fought to a scoreless draw.

Tim Ream (Fulham)

Ream and Fulham suffered their first defeat of the season in a 1-0 loss against Sheffield Wednesday. Fulham has yet to win a match in their first four of the season.

Ethan Horvath (Brugge)

Horvath helped guide Brugge to another win Sunday night in Belgium. Brugge has won all four of its games this season.

Perry Kitchen (Randers)

Kitchen’s life in Denmark has not got off to a great start. Randers has yet to pick up a win in its first six games of the season, drawing 1-1 in its most recent against Silkeborg.