Sam Vines opened his account over the weekend for his Pro League team, while Chris Durkin helped his STVV squeak out a victory on the road.
It was a rough weekend for Italy’s contingent of Americans, with only two of the six taking the field in a pair of tough losses.
It was a relatively good weekend for results of American teams with a pair of wins and shared points. It was only Tim Weah who didn’t get any playing minutes, however.
Sam Vines and Mikkel Diskerud saw their teams face off with a spot in the Europa League group stage on the line, however it was the former celebrating at the end as Royal Antwerp bested Omonia on penalties.
Several Americans saw their teams clear the final hurdle to reach the group stage of Europe’s third-tier competition, however it was not all roses as new Aberdeen arrival Christian Ramirez was unable to push his team over the line.
Chris Richards, Taylor Booth, and Malik Tillman came off the bench for Bayern Munich, with the German-American scoring his first senior goal, as they easily progressed to the second round of the German Cup with a thrashing of Bremer SV on Wednesday.
The last hurdle into the Champions League group stages saw two teams with American interests go through, while two were knocked out of the competition.
Josh Sargent scores twice in the Carabao League Cup second round while Antonee Robinson gets a goal in Fulham’s win over Birmingham City.
Tanner Tessmann was the lone American to see action in Italy’s opening weekend, as Venezia experienced a hard landing in Serie A during their loss to Napoli.
Antonee Robinson & Tim Ream taste victory with Fulham, while Lyndon Gooch provides the assist to give Sunderland the game-winner in weekend English action.