Socceroos Abroad Latest
The Latest on how our World Cup hopefuls are going as their seasons come to an end.
· Tim Cahill played a full game in Everton-s 2-1 home win over Fulham, while Mark Schwarzer played a full game for the visitors.
· Adam Federici played a full game in Reading-s 3-0 loss at Watford.
· Brad Jones, Scott McDonald and Rhys Williams each played a full game with McDonald scoring in Middlesbrough-s 1-1 draw at home to Coventry City.
· Neil Kilkenny played a full game in Leeds United-s 4-1 win over MK Dons.
· Dario Vidosic came on at half time and scored in Duisburg-s 3-2 home loss to Paderborn.
· Nathan Burns played 89 minuted of FC Corfu-s 2-1 win over Doxa Dramas.
· Carl Valeri played a full game in Sassuolo-s 1-0 win over Ancona.
· Luke Wilkshire played a full game in Dinamo Moscow-s 1-0 win over Saturn.
· Scott Chipperfield played a full game in Basel-s 4-0 loss at Grasshopper.
· Mile Jedinak (on loan from Genclerbirligi) played a full game in Antalyaspor-s 2-0 win away to Genclerbirligi.
· Lucas Neill was sent off in the 73rd minute after receiving his second yellow card in Galatasaray-s 0-0 draw at home to Bursaspor.
· Michael Petkovic played a full game in Sivasspor-s 2-2 draw at Besiktas.
· James Troisi came on in the 62nd minute of Kayserispor-s 2-1 loss at home to Manisaspor.
· Ryan Griffiths played a full game while Joel Griffiths came off in the 89th minute of Beijing Guoan-s 1-1 draw at Henan Jianye.
· Mark Milligan played a full game in JEF United-s 2-0 win at home to Gifu.
Semi final, first leg
· Mark Schwarzer played a full game in Fulham-s 0-0 draw away to Hamburg. The return leg will be played on Friday morning (Australian time).
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