Edson Buddle with his German club FC Ingolstadt.
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American Exports: Buddle goal rescues tie for Inglstadt

AMSTERDAM — Ingolstadt sub Edson Buddle opened his season account mere seconds after coming on to grab the home side a late 1-1 equalizer against 2.Bundesliga visitors FSV Frankfurt.

The US forward nodded Caiuby's left wing cross back in the direction it came from, giving the winless side a second point in four games.

Next door in France's honor division, Évian netminder Quentin Westberg posted his first career Ligue 1 victory in a 1-0 decision over visiting Nice.

The 25-year-old denied three away attempts to also record his first top flight shutout as the promoted side stayed unbeaten through two rounds.

A border hop away in the Jupiler League, Sacha Kljestan went the distance in midfield as Anderlecht won 1-0 at Lokeren.

Heading over to Denmark's SAS Liga, Michael Parkhurst slid over to left back for a full shift in FC Nordsjælland's 2-0 home victory over Brad Rusin and HB Køge.

The visiting American defender saw second half yellow as his side remained stapled to the league bottom on zero points through five games.

Elsewhere, Conor O'Brien forced a good save from distance during his 27 minutes of action as HB Køge clawed back late for a 2-2 share with Clarence Goodson and hosts Brøndby.

In nearby Norway, Josh Gatt worked all 120 minutes as Molde FK allowed goals late in both regulation and extras to suffer a tough 3-2 NM Cupen quarterfinal loss at Fredrikstad.

The teen winger had a bit of a hard luck at both ends of the match. Gatt's turnover led to the first goal of the game, and he later rang the post just a moment before Fredrikstad's winner and he saw yellow near the death.

Finally, Allsvenskan action saw Alejandro Bedoya and Örebro win for the fourth straight time, 2-0 at Djurgården.

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