Qantas Socceroos Abroad
All the latest on how our players are doing around the world
DENMARK Super League - Nathan Coe played a full game for Sonderiyske in their 3-3 draw against FC Copenhagen.
ENGLAND Premier League - Tim Cahill played a full game and scored in Everton-s 2-1 home loss to Arsenal. - Qantas Olyroo Chris Herd made his Aston Villa debut coming on in the 90th minute of Aston Villa-s 2-2 draw at home to Manchester United. - Brett Emerton played a full game in Blackburn-s 4-2 loss at Tottenham. - Mark Schwarzer played a full game in Fulham-s 0-0 draw against Newcastle.
Championship - Adam Federici played a full game in Reading-s 3-3 draw at home to Norwich. - Richard Garcia came on in the 61st minute of Hull-s 1-0 loss to Scunthorpe. - Neil Kilkenny played a full game in Leeds United-s 3-1 win at home to Bristol City. - Scott McDonald played a full game in Middlesbrough-s 1-0 loss away to Swansea City.
GREECE Super League - Nathan Burns came on in the 55th minute of AEK Athens- 2-1 loss to away to PAOK.
ITALY Serie A - Mark Bresciano came on in the 74th minute of Lazio-s 2-0 win over Napoli.
Serie B - Adrian Madaschi played a full game in Portosummaga-s scoreless draw away to Triestina.
NETHERLANDS Eredivisie - Brett Holman played 72 minutes of AZ Alkmaar-s 2-0 win at home to Ajax
RUSSIA Premier League - Luke Wilkshire played a full game in Dinamo Moscow-s 2-2 draw against Rubin Kazan.
SWITZERLAND Super League - Former Socceroo Scott Chipperfield came on in the 26th minute of Basel-s 3-1 loss to Thun.
TURKEY Super League - Mile Jedinak played a full game in Genclerbirligi-s 2-0 loss to Besiktas. - Harry Kewell played 55 minutes while Lucas Neill played a full game as Galatasaray lost 2-0 at home to Manisaspor.
ASIAN LEAGUES JAPAN J League - Eddy Bosnar played the first half of Shimizu S-Pulse-s 5-0 win over Shinan Bellmare.
ASIAN COMPS ASIAN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Final - Captain Sasa Ognenovski scored a goal to help Seongnam Ilhwa to the Asian Champions league title in the 3-1 win over Zobahan in Tokyo.
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