Qantas Socceroos Abroad
Find out how our world cup hopefuls are doing as they ply their trade throughout the world
25 March, 2010
· Nikita Rukavytsya (on loan from FC Twente) played the first 69 minutes of Roeselare-s 0-0 draw at home to Westerlo.
· Tim Cahill played 62 minutes of Everton-s 2-0 win at home to Bolton.
· Brett Emerton came on in the 56th minute of Blackburn-s 1-1 draw at home to Chelsea.
· Richard Garcia came on in the 70th minute of Hull City-s 3-2 loss at Portsmouth.
· Mark Schwarzer played a full game in Fulham-s 2-1 home loss to Manchester City.
· Tim Cahill played a full game and scored in Everton-s 2-0 win at Manchester City.
· Brett Emerton came on in the 88th minute of Blackburn-s 2-1 win over Birmingham.
· Nick Carle played 82 minutes and scored the opener in Crystal Palace-s 2-2 draw away to Blackpool.
· Adam Federici played a full game in Reading-s 1-1 draw away to Middlesbrough. Brad Jones played a full game for the home side, while Scott McDonald played 74 minutes.
· Adam Federici played a full game in Reading-s 2-1 win over Leicester City.
· Dean Heffernan played a full game in Huddersfield-s 2-0 win away to Leyton Orient.
· Patrick Kisnorbo (achilles) was forced off injured after eight minutes, while Neil Kilkenny came on in the 63rd minute of Leeds United-s 2-0 loss to Millwall, leaving United just three points clear of Millwall in second spot, with nine games remaining.
· Oliver Bozanic (on loan from Reading) played a full game and scored the opener for Aldershot Town in their 2-0 win over Shrewsbury Town, leeping their playoff hopes alive.
· Dario Vidosic came on in the 66th minute of Duisburg-s 3-1 loss to Hansa Rostock.
· Craig Moore played a full game in Kavala-s 3-3 draw with Larissa.
· Nathan Burns played 74 minutes of FC Corfu-s 0-0 draw with Agrotikos.
· Carl Valeri played 63 minutes of Sassuolo-s scoreless draw at home to Albinoleffe.
· Brett Holman came on in the 46th minute of AZ Alkmaar-s 1-0 win over Sparta Rotterdam.
· Jade North played a full game in Tromso-s 2-0 loss to Lillestrom.
· Luke Wilkshire played a full game for Dinamo Moscow in their 0-0 draw at CSKA Moscow.
· Ante Covic played a full game in Elfsborg-s 6-0 win over Halmstad.
· Scott Chipperfield scored in Basel-s 4-0 win over Zurich, just days after the 4-2 loss at St Gallen, where he played 89 minutes.
· Lucas Neill played a full game in Galatasaray-s 1-0 loss to Trabzonspor.
· Michael Petkovic played a full game in Sivasspor-s 2-0 loss to Genclerbirligi.
· James Troisi came on in the 52nd minute of Kayserispor-s 3-0 loss at Ankaragucu.
Round of 16 - second leg
· Mark Schwarzer played a full game as Fulham beat Juventus 4-1, to win 5-4 on aggregate.
· Josh Kennedy played a full game and scored in Nagoya Grampus- 2-0 win over Jubilo Iwata.
· Mark Milligan played a full game in JEF United-s 3-0 loss to Tokushima Vortis.
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