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December 2, 2012

Goal scorers: Terrence Boyd, Zak Whitbread, Bobby Wood.

ENGLAND

Premier League

Stoke City D Geoff Cameron: 90 in 1-0 victory at West Brom

Spurs MF Clint Dempsey: 90 (assist) in 3-0 victory at Fulham

Stoke City MF Maurice Edu: in 18, didn’t play in 1-0 victory at West Brom

Spurs GK Brad Friedel: in 18, didn’t play in 3-0 victory at Fulham

Aston Villa GK Brad Guzan: 90 in 1-1 draw at QPR

Everton GK Tim Howard: 90 in 1-1 draw at Manchester City

Aston Villa D Eric Lichaj: 90 in 1-1 draw at QPR

Championship

Derby F Conor Doyle: not in 18 (injured) for 4-1 loss at Leicester City

Middlesbrough D Seb Hines: 90 in 3-2 loss at Birmingham

Bolton MF Stuart Holden: not in 18 (injury rehab) for 2-1 loss to Ipswich Town

Birmingham MF Will Packwood: not in 18 for 3-2 victory over Middlesbrough

Bolton D Tim Ream: in 18, didn’t play in 2-1 loss to Ipswich Town

Birmingham MF-D Jonathan Spector: 90 in 3-2 victory over Middlesbrough

Leicester City D Zak Whitbread: 90 (goal in 7th) in 4-1 victory over Derby

GERMANY

Bundesliga

Nurnberg D Timothy Chandler: 90 in 1-0 loss at Bayer Leverkusen

Hanover D Steve Cherundolo: 90 in 2-1 loss at Mainz

Hoffenheim D Fabian Johnson: 90 in 4-1 loss to Werder Bremen

Schalke MF Jermaine Jones: 90 in 1-1 draw with Moenchengladbach

Mainz F Shawn Parker: 52 in 2-1 victory over Hanover

Hoffenheim MF Daniel Williams: 90 in 4-1 loss to Werder Bremen

Bayer Leverkusen GK David Yelldell: not in 18 for 1-0 victory over Nurnberg

2 Bundesliga

Hertha Berlin D John Brooks: at Energie Cottbus on Monday

St. Pauli MF Joseph Gyau: in 18, didn’t play in 1-0 victory over Kaiserslautern

Hertha Berlin D Alfredo Morales: at Energie Cottbus on Monday

1860 Munich F Bobby Wood: 90 (goal in 69th) in 1-1 draw at Aalen

Sandhausen F Andrew Wooten: 5 in 2-2 draw at Erzgebirge Aue

SPAIN

Primera Division

Malaga D Oguchi Onyewu: not in 18 for 1-0 loss at Getafe

Segunda Division

Racing Santander D Carlos Bocanegra: not in 18 (injured) for 4-3 loss to Almeria

ITALY

Serie A

Roma MF Michael Bradley: 90 in 3-1 victory at Siena

NETHERLANDS

Eredivisie

AZ Alkmaar F Jozy Altidore: 90 in 2-1 loss at Utrecht

AUSTRIA

Bundesliga

Rapid Vienna F Terrence Boyd: 90 (goal in 25th) in 4-3 victory over Ried

BELGIUM

Pro League

Anderlecht MF Sacha Kljestan: 90 in 2-1 victory over Cercle Brugge

DENMARK

Superliga

Randers F Charlie Davies: not in 18 (red card) for 2-0 loss at Copenhagen

Brondby D Clarence Goodson: not in 18 for 3-0 loss at Nordsjaelland

Sonderjyske F Conor O’Brien: 90 in 3-1 victory over Horsens

Nordsjaelland D Michael Parkhurst: 90 in 3-0 victory over Brondby

SWEDEN

Allsvenskan

Helsingborg MF Alejandro Bedoya: season completed (sixth place)

Djurgarden MF Brian Span: season completed (ninth place)

NORWAY

Eliteserien

Valerenga F Chad Barrett: season completed (eighth place)

Honefoss GK Steve Clark: season completed (13th place)

Rosenborg MF Mikkel Diskerud: season completed (third place)

Molde F Josh Gatt: season completed (first place)

PORTUGAL

Primeira Liga

Estoril F Tony Taylor: did not play

ISRAEL

Ligat Ha’al

Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona MF Bryan Gerzicich: not in 18 for 2-0 victory over Ironi Ramat Hasharon

RUSSIA

Premier League

Rostov F Eugene Starikov: in 18, didn’t play in 2-0 victory at Sovetov

MEXICO

Liga MX

Puebla MF DaMarcus Beasley: season completed

Tigres D Jonathan Bornstein: season completed

Tijuana D Edgar Castillo: 90 in 2-0 victory at Toluca (Wins Apertura championship on 4-1 aggregate)

Tijuana F Joe Corona: 67 in 2-0 victory at Toluca

Tijuana D Greg Garza: not in 18 for 2-0 victory at Toluca

Santos Laguna F Herculez Gomez: season completed

Santos Laguna MF Benji Joya: season completed

San Luis D Michael Orozco Fiscal: season completed

Pachuca MF Jose Torres: season completed (transferring to Tigres)

VENEZUELA

Primera Division

Tachira GK Diego Restrepo: 90 in 0-0 draw at Lara

EGYPT

Premier League

Haras El-Hodood GK Samir Badr: did not play. (Left Egypt after league delays. Free agent. Weighing options, including MLS.)

Steven Goff is The Post’s soccer writer. His beats include D.C. United, MLS and the international game, as well as local college basketball.
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