There were Aussies aplenty in action around the world last night, with mixed results here and clean sheets there.
Here's our wrap of all the overnight action!
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England: a disappointing Saturday for the Aussies
There were five Aussies in action in England overnight, but all suffered defeats.
Aaron Mooy’s Huddersfield side scored first, but went down 3-1 away to Leicester. It’s a result which pushes them down to the bottom of the ladder, and it’ll take some hard work from Mooy and co. to push back up the standings.
Meanwhile, in Brighton Mat Ryan couldn’t keep out the likes of Harry Kane and Erik Lamela as the Seagulls went down 2-1 to Tottenham.
In the Championship, and Mile Jedinak played 90 minutes at the heart of defence but couldn’t stop his Aston Villa side going down 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday.
James Meredith played 84 minutes in Millwall’s 2-0 loss to third-placed West Brom, and Jackson Irvine’s Hull City went down 3-0 to a ten-man reading.
The rest of Europe: a German stalemate and victory in Scotland
Jamie Maclaren missed out with a back strain, but Mark Milligan played 90 minutes and shielded the defence brilliantly in Hibernian’s 3-0 win over Dundee in the Scottish Championship.
Ben Garrucio played just over 50 minutes for Hearts in their 0-0 draw with Livingston, and Oliver Bozanic was an unused substitute.
In Germany, and Robbie Kruse played just about an entire match as his VfL Bochum side who drew 2-2 with Holstein Kiel. Mathew Leckie didn’t make the team sheet for Hertha BSC, who now sit second on the Bundesliga ladder after a 4-2 win over Monchengladbach.
Aleksandar Susnjar sat on the bench as his MSK Zilina side romped home with a 5-0 win over FK Senica in the Slovak Super Liga.
Asia: defeat for Nagoya
Mitch Langerak played all ninety minutes between the sticks for Nagoya Grampus, but couldn’t prevent his side going down 3-1 to Kawasaki and slipping closer to the relegation zone.
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