We wrap up all the action of Aussies playing abroad with plenty of Socceroos on show in the world’s top leagues.
We wrap up all the action of Aussies playing abroad with plenty of Socceroos on show in the world-s top leagues.
Socceroos midfielder Mile Jedinak played a full match for his English Premier League Crystal Palace as they claimed a 3-1 victory over Sunderland.
It was Palace-s first win of the Premier League season after going down to Tottenham and Stoke City in their opening two matches.
Shane Lowry and Scott McDonald turned out for Championship side Millwall as they had a 1-1 away draw with Brighton and Hover Albion.
Millwall remain at the wrong end of the table in 23rd position after the first five rounds of the Championship season.
After being named to return to the Socceroos squad for the upcoming Brazil friendly Rhys Williams played the entirety of Middlesborough-s Championship match with Sheffield Wednesday. Middlesborough came from a goal down at the half to finish with a 1-1 draw as they remained mid-table.
In Germany, Robbie Kruse came on the 71st minute for Bayer Leverkusen but could not help his side escape defeat as they went down 2-0 at Schalke.
Jason Davidson was the toast of Heracles as he scored the winner for his Dutch Eredivisie side on the half hour mark as his team claimed a 1-0 victory over ADO Den Haag.
New FC Sion signing and Socceroo Dario Vidosic played until the 90th minute time as his Swiss Super League side secured a 1-0 away victory.
Fellow Socceroo James Holland took the field for Austria Wien in their 1-1 draw with Wacker Innsbruck.
In Scotland, Tom Rogic came on late in Celtic-s 1-0 away win at Dundee United while Young Socceroos representative Jackson Irvine played the full complement for Kilmarnock as they went down 2-1 at Motherwell. Dylan Mcgowan also got a full match for Hearts who suffered a 2-0 defeat to Inverness.
Turning to Asia, Lucas Neill-s Omiya Ardija got a 1-0 win at home as the Socceroos stalwart helped keep his team in touch with the top of the J-League table, while Josh Kennedy-s Nagoya Grampus relinquished a halftime lead to finish 1-1 with Sagan Tosu.
Brisbane Roar 2011 Grand Final hero Erik Paartalu was the only scorer in his Chinese Super League side Tianjin Teda-s 1-0 victory over Guangzhou Evergrande.
Matilda Sam Kerr lined up for the West New York Flash in the US NWSL Championship grand final but her side went down 2-0 to the Portland Thorns in the decider.
We will wrap up the rest of the weekend's action after Sunday's fixtures are completed.
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