Brad Guzan, Aston Villa goalkeeper and Tim Howard, Everton goalkeeper
Howard obtained bragging rights between the two American goalkeepers as Everton eased to a 3-0 victory at Goodison Park on Saturday. Both players featured for the duration of the affair as usual. Guzan -- now pitched in a battle for the U.S. number one shirt with Nick Rimando – found himself culpable on the second goal after Romelu Lukaku’s shot slipped through his hands.
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Geoff Cameron, Stoke City midfielder
Cameron featured for the first time this season as a second-half substitute in the 2-1 victory over Swansea on Sunday. The recovering midfielder -- now back to full fitness after hernia surgery -- climbed off the bench to replaced Stephen Ireland for the final 28 minutes in the triumph at the Britannia.
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Tim Ream, Bolton Wanderers defender
Neil Lennon made a winning start to his tenure at Bolton with a 1-0 victory at 10-man Birmingham City on Saturday. Ream entered for the final 11 minutes to secure the win. Bolton climbed off the foot of the Championship table with the result.
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Fabian Johnson, Borussia Mönchengladbach defender
Max Kruse struck twice to propel Mönchengladbach to a 3-0 victory at Hannover 96 on Saturday. Johnson replaced Patrick Herrmann for the final 15 minutes as the Foals moved into second place in the Bundesliga with the triumph.
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John Anthony Brooks, Hertha Berlin defender
Brooks returned to the Hertha first team in time for the 2-0 defeat to Schalke on Saturday. The out-of-favor center back featured for the final 20 minutes as he attempted to state his claims for a recall to the starting XI.
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Timothy Chandler, Eintracht Frankfurt defender
Paderborn continued its surprising start to the campaign by scoring three times in the final half-hour to dispatch Eintracht Frankfurt on Sunday. Chandler played the final 22 minutes in the 3-1 defeat at Benteler-Arena.
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Alfredo Morales, Ingolstadt midfielder
Ingolstadt retained its place atop the 2.Bundesliga with a 1-0 victory at FSV Frankfurt on Sunday. Morales returned from international duty and took his usual place in midfield for the duration of the affair.
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Terrence Boyd, RB Leipzig forward
Boyd made his long-awaited debut for the 2.Bundesliga side in the 1-0 defeat to FC Nürnberg on Friday. The recovering forward played the final half-hour in the setback. Alessandro Schöpf separated the sides after 74 minutes to leave Leipzig outside the top three at the conclusion of the weekend.
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Joe Corona and Greg Garza, Club Tijuana
Corona is expected to miss the trip to Ireland next month after sustaining a fractured foot in the 2-1 victory over Queretaro on Friday. Both U.S. internationals featured as second-half substitutes, but Corona saw his time on the field truncated after sustaining the knock shortly after entering the fray.
Herculez Gomez and Jose Torres, Tigres UANL
Gomez and Torres both featured from the start in Tigres’ 1-0 victory over Cruz Azul on Saturday. Julio Cesar Dominguez turned into his own net inside the opening 15 minutes to separate the sides. Torres played the entire match, while Gomez departed after 75 minutes.