There was only one Caltex Socceroo involved in action on Monday morning (AEDT) as a big weekend for overseas-based Australians came to an end.
Mustafa Amini played the full 90 minutes for AGF Aarhus in the Danish Superliga as they bounced back from conceding a goal in the first minute of play to draw 2-2 with Vendsyssel FF.
Tiemoko Konate shocked Amini’s side before they hit back seven minutes later through Kasper Jakobsen.
Patrick Mortensen then gave AGF the lead before half-time but they were pegged back through an Alhaji Kamara goal in the 76th minute.
In the 2. Bundesliga Robbie Kruse wasn’t in VfL Bochum’s match day squad as they shared the points with Dynamo in a 2-2 draw.
Across the border Jimmy Jeggo was also absent as his Austria Wien side thumped Hartberg 4-2 in the Austrian Bundesliga.
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